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Filling out Money Orders

The way in which the Money Order is to be filled out depends on wether it is being sent to the prisoner directly or to an inmate trust fund. We enclose the following two examples:

Money Order for Texas

Deposit Slip for Texas

Money Order for Oklahoma

As opposed to other Money Order systems, the Postal Money Order doesn't need to be signed on the front.  The ‘Endorsement Signature’ on the back relates to the payee.  This means that a signature is not necessary, the Money Order is absolutely not to be signed here. If the rules of a prison require a signature - as it is the case in Oklahoma - simply sign beside the name of the sender.

The new money orders look a little different from the old ones, but they are filled out in exactly the same way: