Funds Remittance/Money Orders

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Unit 4.4-Funds Remittance 

Introduction | Checks | Banker's Drafts | Electronic Funds Transfers | Money Orders | Cash or Bank Notes | Credit Cards | SWIFT | Summary | Resources | Activities | Assessment

Money Orders[edit | edit source]

A money order is a financial instrument issued by a bank or other institution allowing the individual named on the order to receive a specified amount of cash on demand. It is often used by people who do not have checking accounts. It is a limited tool since it can be used only for certain currencies in certain amounts.

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