A MoneyGram money order can be deposited into your bank/credit union account or cashed at many check cashing locations. Each location has their own policy for cashing money orders and may charge a fee to cash the money order. Most check cashing locations will require ID to cash the money order. Please refer to your local yellow pages for check cashing locations near you. MoneyGram does not recommend that a money order/refund check be signed over to a third party. Ultimately the decision to accept a third party money order/refund check is up to the bank or check casher.
MoneyGram has a single vision to be the preferred global network to send and receive funds. This vision is guided by our commitment to deliver shareholder value by keeping our customers both our consumers and our agents at the center of everything we do. Recent Investor News September 22, 2017 MoneyGram and Fundación Azteca de Grupo Salinas Partner to Help Mexico Earthquake Relief Efforts September 11, 2017 Zero-Fee Transactions for Red Cross Donations remain in place to support response to Hurricanes Irma and Harvey September 7, 2017 MoneyGram MobilePass™ Significantly Expands to 35,000+ . Locations View all newsroom » About Moneygram MoneyGram International is the second-largest money transfer company in the world with business operations in two categories: Global Funds Transfer and Financial Paper Products. MoneyGram is listed on the NASDAQ Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol MGI. Currently, the company is 51% owned by Thomas H. Lee Partners ( ) and Goldman Sachs ( )