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How do i get my money back from an uncashed money order?

How do i get my money back from an uncashed money order? Topic: Order writing service
June 17, 2019 / By Virgie
Question: ok people, back in october of 08 (the 3rd of october to be exact) i purchased a money order & i dropped it in a street mail box the following day. i waited & waited...and my order never showed up. as i continued to wait for my package, i was simultaneously writing the person whom i was purchasing from and she said she hadn't received it yet. so about a month and a half ago i called the postal service & they gave me the run around...so what do i do? i really want my money back. i also checked the status of the money order & it still hasn't been cashed... i still have the receipt, duh?! otherwise i wouldn't have been able to check the status of it...anyway...i've gone to the post office & i filled out this form, but they're still giving me the run around...some lady called & she was talking major garbage...ugh! it's so frustrating?! & not to mention, i really want what i ordered... i wasn't being rude, the "duh" was for tomk seeing as i'd almost have to have the receipt to check the status of the money order...but i'm sorry, if that makes you feel better...:|
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Shanika Shanika | 3 days ago
there should be a 1800 number on the stub call them and tell them the info on the stub! You can always get your money back if you have the right info! Plus after 90 days a person cant even cash the money order!
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Shanika Originally Answered: How do i get my money back from an uncashed money order?
there should be a 1800 number on the stub call them and tell them the info on the stub! You can always get your money back if you have the right info! Plus after 90 days a person cant even cash the money order!

Ora Ora
Take the RECEIPT you got when you purchased the money order to your post office. It has the money order serial number on it. Tell them it was lost and has never been cashed. They will investigate, and if it turns out that it was not cashed they will issue you a refund. It will take some time however, so don't expect it anytime soon. The quicker you take the receipt to the post office, the quicker you will get your refund. What's that you say? You LOST the receipt? In that case you're just spit out of luck. No receipt; no refund.
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Mahalath Mahalath
To replace a lost or stolen money order, a customer will need to fill our Form 6401 at a Post office and pay a fee of $5.20. After the USPS completes a payment inquiry on the status of the money order, a replacement can be issued. And... I'd call USPS just to make sure that you have everything you need to do it... you might need the receipt or something like that.
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Keysha Keysha
western union money order issued 10/22/1982 $355 first national bank purchased belinda johnson uncashed
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Jaime Jaime
you have to contact the money order company and tell them what happened. they can put a tracer on it and issue you a refund. you are going to have to be patient. and being rude to the answerer's on this site is not going to help your situation at all!
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Jaime Originally Answered: Is it legal for a plaintiff to pay you money in order for you to take the stand and tell the truth?
If you have information that is pertinent to the case she can subpoena you to attend and testify, and you have no choice but to do so under penalty of being found in contempt of court. In some States you are entitled to a witness fee, but that is generally just a few bucks to cover expenses. Testamentary witnesses - those who testify as to the facts of the case - cannot legally be paid for their testimony, unlike expert witnesses. Richard

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