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Terms and conditions for international money orders

Country Point of payout Payout in cash  (max. amount in EUR) Transfer to account of bank registered in payout country (max. Amount) in EUR Time required for operation (in working days)
Eur Eur
Albania Albania Posta Shqiptare sh.a. 1 500   1–2
Armenia Haypost 2 000   1–2
Australia Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited   15 000 1–2
Azerbaijan Azerpočt 1 000   1–2
Belarus Belpočta 2 000   1–2
Bosnia and Herzegovina Nova Banka 5 000   1–2
Brazilia Brazilian Enterprise of P&T 2 000   1–2
Bulgaria Bulgarian Post Plc 3 000   1–2
Greece Hellenic Post 2 500 12 500 1–2
Georgia JSC Liberty Bank 1 500   1–2
Spain Sociedad Estatal de Correos y Telegrafos S.A. 3 000   1–2
Italy Banca Popolare di Sondrio Scpa 15 000 15 000 1–2
Kazakhstan Kazpost 2 000   1–2
Croatia Croatian Post Inc. 1 500   1–2
Latvia Latvijas Pasts 3 000 15 000 1–2
Poland Poczta Polska Spolka Akcyjna 5 000   1–2
Moldavia Posta Moldovei 2 000   1–2
France La Banque Postale 3 500   1–2
Russian Federation Počta Rossii 2 000   1–2
Serbia Postal savings bank J.S.C. Belgrade 15 000   1–2
Slovakia Poštova Banka 12 500   1–2
Slovenia Postna Banka Slovenije 1 500   1–2
Switzerland PostFinance 6 371 15 000 1–2
Turkey Turkish ptt corporation 1 500   1–2
Ukraine Ukrpočta 2 000 2 000 1–2
Hungary Magyar Posta Zrt. 5 000   1–2

Notes:

  1. Money order forms must be completed in Latin capital letters and Arabic numerals.
  2. International money orders are paid out in the national currency of destination country.
  3. International money orders are returned to the origin country because of: incorrect receiver‘s address; receiver‘s death; refusal from the receiver‘s side to receive the money order; expired validity of the money order. 

For additional information please e-mail perlaida@post.lt

Updated 2016-10-10