Amscot Money Orders are FREE! Why pay a fee to purchase a money order somewhere else, when at Amscot, money orders are FREE.

You never have to pay a fee to purchase a money order at Amscot. As many as you need, Amscot is here for you. 365 days a year.

Others may charge purchase fees ranging from $ .69 to $3.00 per money order. But at Amscot, with no purchase fees for Amscot Money Orders, you could SAVE money!

While you don’t pay a fee to purchase an Amscot Money Order, a check cashing fee will apply for money orders that you want to cash at Amscot, unless you are attempting to cash an Amscot Money Order obtained per your request in lieu of currency as part of a check cashing transaction. For check cashing fees that apply to cashing money orders click HERE. Purchasing Amscot Money Orders for free does not require the purchase or use of any other product or service. Some additional restrictions may apply. As part of doing business with Amscot we may ask you for certain identifying information to comply with federal and state laws. You can view the kind of information we might ask by clicking HERE.

Important Information About Your Money Order

Your money order receipt stub is required for stop payment and as proof of purchase. A replacement of the money order will not be considered until 30 days after purchase date and a fee will be charged for this service. Other fees may apply. If your money order is lost, stolen or destroyed, click here to print a money order claim form. You may also go into any Amscot branch and request a money order claim form. Once you have the claim form, please fill it out completely, attach the original money order stub and mail it all together with a $12.00 non-refundable money order (for the processing fee) to the address specified on the claim form. Requests will only be processed if the original money order stub is included. If this money order is not presented for payment within one year from date of purchase, the issuer will impose a service charge of two dollars ($2.00) for each month or fraction thereof, thereafter, that this money order remains unpaid up to a maximum of one hundred and forty-four dollars ($144.00).