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Postal orders; how to they work?

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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
Got a postal order as payment, for the first time ever so unsure of how to retrieve money the quickest.

If i go to the post office will they cash it there and then?

thanks guys
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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#1
The post office will cash it there and then as long as it hasn't got ****** on the front on the postal order. If it has you can only pay it into your bank.
#2
whats ******?
#3
Some Stars?
#4
oh right, (just looked) my one says pay:*****yada yada yada*****************************
So i can only go to the bank then? What makes it a postal order then
#5
h_360;3158619
oh right, (just looked) my one says pay:*****yada yada yada*****************************
So i can only go to the bank then? What makes it a postal order then


Cause it was bought at the post office
#6
As long as it's uncrossed the PO will cash it... Have a wee look here for an example :)
#7
h_360
oh right, (just looked) my one says pay:*****yada yada yada*****************************
So i can only go to the bank then? What makes it a postal order then


It's basically a postal cheque,

Some people don't like giving their bank details out, So probably feel it's safer to send a postal order.

Plus other reasons
[helper]#8
All postal orders have************************on them. This dosent mean its crossed. Its only crossed if it has two solid lines from the top to the bottom - then it must be presented through the bank.

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