Do money orders have an expiration date
Money orders do not have an expiration date. Can't text? Call 1-800-2ChaCha!
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- Do money orders have an expiration date?
- Money orders do not expire. A non-refundable service charge will be assessed (where permitted by law) if the money order is not used or cashed within a specified time period from the purchase date printed on the front of the money order. Fo...
- Why are only money orders without an expiration date accepted??
- This standard practice to require certified funds at the time of filing for an examination in order to ensure that your application is not eliminated due to nonpayment of the filing fee, as there can often be unanticipated problems with the...
- Do postal money orders have a expiration date??
- If its a US postal Money order the answer is no, they do not have an expiration date.
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- Do money orders have expiration dates?
- A: No. However, if not used or cashed (presented for payment) within three years of the purchase date, a non-refundable service charge will be deducted from the principal amount where permitted by law. Additional fees apply for money order refund, tracing, and other services.
- Avatar Is there an expiration date for USPS and Western Union's money order?
- Q: ignore the word avatar, I accidentally got it on there
- A: This is the precise wording on the back of a USPS money order receipt:"No claim for improper payment permitted two years after payment. If your money order is lost or stolen, present this receipt and file a claim for a refund at your post office."It doesn't explicitly say anything about an expiration date.
- Status of money orders after bank failure (WaMu)?
- Q: I have quite a few money orders from Washington Mutual that I haven't cashed yet. How does the recent news of the JPM takeover affect this? I assume the money orders will still be honored, but do I have a certain amount of time to cash them now? (I was told they had no expiration date).Besides WaMu, in general what happens to money orders printed by a bank when that bank no longer exists?
- A: They will still be honored. Think of it like a bank merger. WaMu has become JPM.If a bank were closed and didn't have a merger partner, any other bank should still accept their money orders for deposit if they are under $100,000 (since amounts under $100,000 are FDIC guaranteed).
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