Can you deposit a money order in the ATM?
Yes, many banks allow you to deposit money orders at the ATM. As long as you have an ATM card you’ll be able to deposit your money order. Treat the money order as you would a check; just sign the dotted line and follow the ATM’s deposit instructions.
Can I deposit a money order at Bank of America mobile app?
The app’s “help” section said that money orders are totally allowed, so she went ahead with the deposit. They rejected it, and customer service told her that money orders can’t be deposited with the mobile app. Well, fine.
Can you deposit your own money order?
Take it to the Bank
If you have a bank account, you can deposit the money order into your account, provided you haven’t written on it. If the money order is blank, put your name in the recipient’s area and endorse the back of the money order. Then you can either present it to a teller.
Can I deposit a money order into my bank account?
Money order is a payment instrument similar to a check. So, the short answer is yes, the payee can deposit money orders directly into a bank account. If the payee does not have a bank account, the payee can also use it as a deposit to open a new savings account.