My husband purchase money orders from fairwinds that he banks with to deposit his rent. he has to go to Chase to deposit it and the landlord's account again we are talkin about a money order not a check Chase Bank told our landlord that our money order had fraudulent activities we went to our bank to clarify that .that was no fraudulent activities when I got the paperwork to show that the money order was good I took it back to Chase and the only thing that she can say is she is sorry how can someone accuse you are fraudulent money orders that came directly from the bank it was embarrassing and I want to know what can I do about it.
FACTS: Money orders are not the same as cash--nor are they the same as a cashier's check. Money orders are being counterfeited all over the world these days, There is nothing you can do about this situation. Banks are not required to accept any form of payment for deposit to a customer of the bank. If Chase does not want to accept money orders from Fairwinds (?) for deposit to your landlord's account they can refuse. Taks the cash to Chase instead.
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