* If your letter becomes lost in the mail, you are basically out of luck as there is no way to get your money back.
* Your letter could accidentally be sent to the wrong address by mistake and might not be returned.
* When sending coins or bulky paper money, sometimes the coins come loose and jams in postal equipment, which also mangles your letter into oblivion.
Here are some tips to help you if you have no other way but to send your hard-earned cash through the postal service:
Tip #1: If you have no other option but to send cash, please let us know before hand so we can keep an eye out for it and then contact you when we receive it and your order.
Tip #2: But if you choose to send cash, wrap it discretely so it cannot be seen or felt in the envelope.
Tip #3: Go to your local post office and ask for a money order. Money orders go for about 90 cents each. All you need to do is just ask for whatever amount you might need, let's say $14,95. The nice cashier at the post office will then make a money order for your amount, and the total amount of cash you would give the cashier would come to $15.85. $14.95 plus the 90 cent cost of the money order.
The money order will come in two paper sections, one is for the person you are buying the item from (this is the one you will put in an envelope and send with your order) and the other is your receipt.
If your letter gets lost or stolen or mangled in postal equipment, this way you would have a record of your money and can get your money back by having the post office trace it. So it is a good idea to always put the receipt in a safe place because without it, you may as well just go ahead and send cash.
If you have any other questions, by all means, contact us!
in U.S. $ and Payable through a U.S. Bank.
BRENNAN DALSGARD PUBLISHERS
PO Box 363
Astoria, Oregon 97103
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