The verification of identity service fee is $49 and payable to Australia Post. Fees can be paid by cash, EFTPOS, Visa or MasterCard. Cheques are not accepted. How can Australia Post help? To complete your identity check, head into a participating post office where we can: verify your identity; take your photo (at no additional cost) via
Do money orders cost money?
The fee you'll pay for a money order can depend on where you buy it and the amount it's for. (Postal military money orders have a flat fee of 45 cents.) At Walmart locations, there's a maximum fee of $1 per money order. Banks and credit unions might charge higher fees, such as $3 or $5 per money order. via
Do they sell money orders at the post office?
Send certified cashable money orders at the post office
No bank account, no problem. Postal Money Orders are certified cashable documents that you send through the mail. via
How long is an Australia Post money order valid for?
8.1 Payment of a money order will not be made after the expiration of 12 months after the last day of the month in which it was issued unless the person seeking payment has made special application in writing to Australia Post which is then approved by Australia Post. via
How long does a money order take?
Expect 20 business days processing for mailed requests. Allow additional days for mail delivery. For fee details go to What are the processing fees? via
Who has the cheapest money orders?
Money orders usually cost less. Walmart has some of the best prices for money orders, charging a maximum of 88 cents for amounts up to $1,000 with valid government-issued photo ID. The U.S. Postal Service charges from $1.25 to $1.76, depending on the amount. Banks often charge around $5. via
Can I get a money order from my bank?
Cashier's checks and money orders can be purchased at banks and credit unions, but money orders can be bought at many other places, including various grocery stores and convenience stores, Western Union, the post office and Walmart. via
How do I cancel a money order and get money back?
With most money order issuers, including USPS, Western Union, and MoneyGram, you can cancel the payment. 12 To do so, either fill out a form or take the money order back to the place you originally bought it. Bring identification and any information you have about the money order to start the process. via
How much does a money order cost at the bank?
Money orders are typically used for smaller amounts than cashier's checks and that is reflected in the fee to purchase one. Depending upon where you purchase a money order, the fee ranges from $0.35 to $2.00. Money orders are typically capped at $1,000. Some places may limit them to smaller amounts. via
Which stores do money orders?
You can request a money order in any of these locations:
Can you cash your own money order?
Your best bet is to cash a money order at the same entity that issued it, whether that's a bank branch, post office or other location. Check-cashing locations, convenience stores and grocery stores can be alternatives, but watch out for fees. via
What information do you need for a money order?
Follow these five simple steps for filling out a money order:
Can I return a money order if I write on it?
Many money order providers and cashiers won't let you correct the mistake yourself. Changing information on the completed money order will make the order ineligible for cashing; the official policy is that money orders must be canceled and/or refunded if there is a mistake. via
How do I send money by post?
If you're sending cash in the post, make sure it is packed securely and not visible from the outside. Avoid posting coins, as these can fall out of envelopes. Royal Mail recommends paying extra for its Special Delivery Guaranteed service, which offers compensation if valuables — including cash — are lost. via