US Postal Money Order Refunds

Hundreds of millions of dollars in money orders are never cashed. The U.S. Postal Service reports $25 million in Postal Money Orders are never submitted for payment. Private issuer MoneyGram reports $160 million in uncashed money orders.

If a money order is lost or stolen prior to being cashed, it can be replaced.  The USPS and other issuers will not contact you if a money order is not cashed – you must initiate action to obtain a replacement.

Have you lost or misplaced a MoneyGram or USPS Postal Money Order sent to you by someone else? Do you need to check the status of a money you sent, or a money order sent to you but never received by the payee?

To track and replace a missing  money order complete the form below: