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- Cheques and postal orders should be sent to an address in west London.
- They stole cash, pension books, tax discs, mobile phone top-up cards and postal orders.
- He may return their money which was paid by cheque and postal orders.
- You could also explain to older children that there are many ways to pay for things without using cash, such as credit cards, cheques and postal orders.
- Cash, cheques and postal orders, and debit card payments will be accepted.
- Some people use the post office to manage bank accounts, pay bills, get postal orders, and, of course, let's not forget wanting to post a letter or buy a stamp.
- They could be relied upon to ensure birthday cards, postal orders and Highers results got through.
- Today I had to go to the Post Office and buy some postal orders to pay for a visa application (they wouldn't accept an ordinary cheque).
- Other business included payment of pensions, issuing postal orders and, of course, selling stamps.
- I will accept cash, cheques drawn against a UK bank, postal orders and payments through PayPal.
- The postal order was bought from a post office in the Tang Hall area of York but there were no details to accompany it.
- One of the ways people could contribute to the cause was to send us cheques and postal orders for any sum from £1.
- On that occasion the robbers escaped with only £108 in cash, but the box also contained £10,000 of cheques and postal orders.
- She said: ‘I use this post office every day for postal orders, paying bills or to collect childcare allowance.’
- Next morning I take the blue Victoria Line to the other end, to Tottenham to send Sonny some postal orders.