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Ok, so my sweet 16 is coming up in a few days and my grandparents are sending me my birthday money in the form of a postal money order. They've never done this before, they usually send cash. So I'm thinking they must be sending a pretty large sum. I don't have an I.D., my driving privileges were suspended by my school so I have no permit or license. I don't have a state i.d. yet either, they only cost about $20 but I have no cash at the moment, I was fired a few months ago and have no money left (the guy still owes me $40 for babysitting his child). Would it be possible to cash the money order without an i.d.? They've already sent the box of stuff they're sending so I can't have them change it.
Hopefully they left it blank then you can make it out to "cash" which just means anyone can cash it and no washington necessary. Otherwise you'll need some kind of proof. A yearbook works in some circumstances, maybe a birth cirtificate. There has to be something, a school ID?
If they haven't already sent it, you could ask them to send a gift card instead. Or your parents could go with you and cash the money order at their bank.
Nope. Parents only here