Don’t Let Rising Prices Kill Your Money Order Business — OGA has an Alternative!
In response to some drastic changes happening within the money order business, we are happy to report that OGA has a Money Order Program! We are partners with Merchants Express Money Order Company (MEMO) out of Pennsylvania.
Why pay more when OGA/MEMO’s program offers excellent rates for our members? It’s an absolute no-brainer! This company not only provides competitive rates, bill pay, and quality service, but they also come with the tried and true recommendation of OGA’s counterpart association in PA. With rates varying all around and subject to change, isn’t it time to lock-in and save? We strongly encourage you to contact James Binford – he can be reached by calling 614-742-7371 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, to discuss your individual needs, volume and offered rate.
Money orders are a safe, convenient alternative to cash or personal checks. Money orders can be used to pay for products or services worldwide. Money orders are also a convenient, low-cost way to send money. MEMO offers its money order product to retailers in 20 states. Find out more information on becoming a MEMO agent.
For more information on money orders, visit the frequently asked questions section of this web site.
Bill Payment Services
MEMO Bill Payments allows customers to pay for a wide variety of bills, including electric, gas, water, cable, phone, TV, credit cards and car payments. MEMO Bill Payments agents can accept both contracted and non-contracted bill payments depending on the state they are located and that state’s biller list. Please call the MEMO Sales Department for available billers in your particular state.
For customers who need to pay a bill, MEMO Bill Payments are the perfect solution Electronic bill payments help customers avoid late fees, negative credit report and/or service charges. Most bill payments post in two to three days.
For more information on MEMO Bill Payments, including terms, conditions and restrictions, visit the frequently asked questions page for consumers.