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narrowalk
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Posted - 08 Jul 2008 :  12:11:49  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Greetings. I have just recently moved to a new area where I am not known at all by the locals. I received my mail and opened a letter right there in the P.O. and found what I was waiting for. A Postal Money order. So, I went right up to the counter and asked the clerk if she could cash it and she said, "Sure, I need to see your Driver License please", and I was shocked. I had been told by everyone that is either out or somewhat getting out of the system that it is best to have Postal M.O. because you do not need an I.D. to cash them. Was I misinformed or has something changed? If I want to get rid of my DL how will I cash a M.O. if I have no identification? Thank you.

Mary
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Posted - 13 Jul 2008 :  17:32:15  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
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Was I misinformed or has something changed?

You were misinformed; and as you can see below, the Post Office™ even requires a "current government-issued or state-issued picture identification" for purchases over a certain amount.

Money Orders let you send money safely through the mail.
Postal Money Orders are a safe, convenient, and economical alternative to sending cash through the mail. They can be purchased from any Post Office™ locations in the United States as well as from any rural route carrier, available up to $1,000 each. A current government-issued or state-issued picture identification is required for money order purchases of $3,000 or more in a single day.

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Mark
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Posted - 25 Jul 2008 :  09:27:09  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by narrowalk

Greetings. I have just recently moved to a new area where I am not known at all by the locals. I received my mail and opened a letter right there in the P.O. and found what I was waiting for. A Postal Money order. So, I went right up to the counter and asked the clerk if she could cash it and she said, "Sure, I need to see your Driver License please", and I was shocked. I had been told by everyone that is either out or somewhat getting out of the system that it is best to have Postal M.O. because you do not need an I.D. to cash them. Was I misinformed or has something changed? If I want to get rid of my DL how will I cash a M.O. if I have no identification? Thank you.



Postal Money Orders are negotiable interments.
You would have to insist that the PMO given or sent to you, be left blank. Therefor you can negotiate them with friends, family or who ever is willing to except them for payment or exchange.


Peace

Edited by - Mark on 25 Jul 2008 09:30:42
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difranco
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Posted - 08 Aug 2008 :  00:36:47  Show Profile  Visit difranco's Homepage  Reply with Quote
As someone on this board once suggested.... You might be able to create an "Affidavit of Identification" wallet sized and have it witnessed by 3 people on the back and notarized by a state authorized public notary which might allow you to cash that MO.

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Lewish
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Posted - 09 Aug 2008 :  13:19:13  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I use an Archetype. It is 8-1/2 x 14 front and back. Two witnesses in Common Law, and a State Notary section. It has worked at every Post Office so far.


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narrowalk
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Posted - 12 Aug 2008 :  23:13:43  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

Hey Lewis, what exactly is an Archetype? I have not heard of that. Thanx
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Mary
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Posted - 08 Sep 2008 :  05:00:33  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Lewis, have you ever used your identification paper for cashing a Postal Money Order at a Post Office™?

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Mary
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Posted - 28 Oct 2008 :  06:35:50  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
What happened to the posts made after the Third Day of October Two Thousand and Eight; they seem to have disappeared?

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Mary
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Posted - 04 Feb 2009 :  08:58:02  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Anyone heard anything from Lewis since his last post here, nearly 6 months ago?

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