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issuing  a  money  order  for  funds  collected  by finance clerks for postage meter business. ·   A customer spoils a money order and returns it to an  MPO  (any  window  clerk  selling  money orders) to have it replaced on any day after the date of sale.  In this situation: The customer completes the Pay To and From sections on the front of the money order, if not already completed.   The customer must also endorse  the  original  money  order  on  the reverse. The customer must give the money order and customer receipt to the money order clerk. The  money  order  clerk  issues  a  new  money order  for  the  same  amount  as  the  original money  order. Include  the  original  money order  with  your  day’s  business  report  as  a PAID MONEY ORDER.   Do NOT collect a fee. 8-35 PCf0823 3 1 4 2 Figure 8-23.—An example of a spoiled money order.

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