order is an order issued by the Post Office for the
payment of a sum of money to the person whose name the
money order is sent through the agency of the Post
the person who sends the money order.
Payee is the
person named in money order as the person to whom the
money is to be paid.
advantage of sending money to someone through money
order is that the money is delivered at the house or his
place of stay.
orders are carried by air, without any surcharge
wherever such a conveyance is available and is
Money Order form
charges - for every
Rs.20 or part thereof
Maximum Value of Money Order
The value of money order
cannot include a fraction of a rupee.
Telegraphic Money Order
charges are same as ordinary money order plus
supplementary fee and actual telegraph charges.
SPEED POST MONEY ORDER
- Money Order for Rs. 20/- or more can be sent by Speed Post between stations connected by Speed Post, on payment of speed post fee, besides the Money Order commission.
- Speed Post fee is to be paid in the form of postage stamp(s) affixed or frank impressed on the form.
- Booking is done at Speed Post Centre or counter.
- In case the Money Order is not paid with in the notified time -limit, due to operational fault of the department, Speed Post fee is refunded, on a claim to be preferred within three months from the date of issue.
TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDER (TMO)
- Money Order will be transmitted by the telegraph, if so booked on payment of the prescribed fee.
- Telegraph Money Order is booked and paid only by Post offices
authorised to book and pay TMOs.
- The remitter should write on the Money Order form
" By Telegraph Express" or " By Telegraph Ordinary".
- Code word or abbreviated address should not be
used in the address of the payee.
- The Telegraph Money Order charges include the
prescribed money order commission, supplementary
charge, telegraph charge and late fee, if any.
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