USPS, Canada Post change announced 

USPS and Canada Post will no longer sell or accept money orders issued by the two organizations.

The Postal Service no longer sells international postal money orders destined for Canada, and USPS no longer cashes international postal money orders issued by Canada Post.

Additionally, Canada Post no longer sells international postal money orders destined for the United States, and the organization no longer cashes international postal money orders issued by the Postal Service.

These changes took effect Aug. 30.

Customers who have a USPS-issued international postal money order and didn’t cash it before the effective date can redeem it at a U.S. Post Office at face value.

Customers who want to cash a Canada Post-issued money order at a USPS facility can no longer do so. USPS advises these customers to return these money orders to the sender.

Source: USPS

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