However, just because a particular business can issue a money order does not necessarily mean that they will cash them.
He charges $1.10 per money order, regardless of the amount.
"We'll be able to send my father another money order before long."
The money order has been significantly changed only nine times since 1864.
I'll give you a money order since I don't have a bank account here.
He would insist on being paid by money order or check.
Not sure of the current fee however it must be sent by money order.
Each tape will cost $19, check or money order only.
The Kentucky veteran said his wife sent him a money order so he could leave.
"Is this the only window where I can get a money order?"
The United States was not at the top of either measure for cash transfers.
Large cash transfers risk creating corruption or being used as a tool to gain political support for the government.
The fare is $2.25 (as of January 1, 2009), and cash transfers are not available.
For any income earned up to a break point value, the government would provide a progressively small cash transfer.
The cash transfer is expected to grow to 28.6 billion in 2012-2013, a growth rate of approximately six per cent.
The growing use of cash transfers is driven significantly by improvement in their design and implementation.
East Germany alone is estimated to receive some $1.3 billion annually in cash transfers.
We didn't spot any cash transfers from the trust, either.
The use of the cash transfers was stipulated for food consumption.
The next three are given conditional cash transfers to families of children grades 3-6 based on the child's attendance at school.
That's the easy part Send in a postal order and ask for the money to be placed against my account.
Send her a postal order two shillings, half a crown.
South Africa began issuing its own postal orders some time during 1933.
Please return it at once, or when sending the postal order.
In 1986-87, an entirely new series of postal orders was issued.
You can pay by cheque, postal order or electronic means.
You should print your name and address on the back of the cheque or postal order.
A sales list is available to sell and buy postal orders.
Any uncrossed postal order which does not say to whom it is to be paid.
British postal orders are issued in the local post offices.