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Figure 8-25.—An example of required endorsements for cashing money orders
8-37 This  listing  will  be  provided to  all Postal Service em- ployees  responsible  for  accepting  and  cashing  Postal money orders. All  interim  notices  should  be destroyed when the numbers listed appear in the Postal Bulletin. The actual  serial  numbers  consist  of  the first 10 digits on the money orders.  Check for altered dollar amounts by holding money orders to the light. Do Not Cash Upon Receipt, Notify Local Postal Inspectors Missing, Lost, or Stolen U.S. Money Order Forms POSTAL BULLETIN 22023 (5-4-00) PAGE 34 PCf0824 Figure 8-24.—An example of a Missing, Lost, or Stolen U.S. Money Order Forms list.

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