don't trust postal money orders
Posted 24 December 2012 - 09:28 AM
Let me backtrack. Last summer, we ordered some clothing from a company on the web. Sent a postal money order, thinking it was safer. Well, we were wrong. Now it is December and we don't have the merchandise and cannot get an answer from the company.
So, i go to the post office to find out if the money order has been cashed. Cost $5.50 for them to send in a request for the information. I got a copy of my cashed money order showing an endorsement by someone besides the payee.
So, i call the accounting service. They will send me an affidavit for me to sign and send it to the payee and they will sign if they cashed the money order or not. Then that goes to the post office and if we didn't cash it, the post office will reimburse the original amount of the money order, $24.00 (but it has already cost me $29.50). And I should send the affidavit via certified mail, return receipt requested (about $4-5.00).
But, they have to call me to arrange to send out the affidavit. They called this morning. Endorsement by other than the payee (if the payee is a business) does NOT show fraud. If it there is more than one company related to each other, any of them can cash the money order. After all, it is just like CASH. Actually, according to the woman on the phone, you don't have to put a payee name on the money order since anyone can cash it regardless of how it is endorsed.
So, why buy a postal money order. And they wonder why they are losing business.
Posted 24 December 2012 - 05:40 PM
Posted 25 December 2012 - 12:11 PM
Matthew 6:11 "Give us this day our daily bread...amen."
Phillipians 4:19..."And my God will fully satisfy every need of yours according to his riches in glory in Christ Jesus...amen"
Posted 28 December 2012 - 08:38 AM
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