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International Postal Money Order Rules? 2017/12/4 15:54
To remit money to the US, I was told to go to the Japanese Post Office and to get an "International Postal Money Order." That's all that's acceptable. No checks and no credit cards can be used.

The instructions clearly say to "keep the counter foil (left-hand side of the Money Order) and send the right-hand side of the Money Order..."

I went to the post office, filled out the papers for an International Postal Money Order, paid my money, and was just about to separate the left side counter foil when the postal employee went nuts. He told me if I removed the left side, the money order would be invalid. To make sure, he got on the phone and called someplace. He was certain that I should not remove the left side.

However, the instructions I received clearly state that I should "keep the counter foil (left-hand side of the Money Order) and send the right-hand side of the Money Order..."

Does anyone have experience using International Postal Money Orders? What's correct??
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Re: International Postal Money Order Rules? 2017/12/4 17:19
When they say "please detach before presenting for payment," isn't it something the recipient does when he/she takes it to a post office in the US to cash it?
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