Does TCF Bank do money orders?

TCF Bank today announced ZEO, a suite of products that includes a prepaid debit card, check cashing, a savings account, money orders, and Western Union® money transfers and bill payment services.

Can I get a money order from a bank without an account?

You don’t need a checking account to purchase or cash a money order. Only the recipient can cash the money order.

How do I get a money order check?

You can request a money order in any of these locations:

  1. Any Bank or Credit Union. You may pay a fee, typically around $5, but you should be able to walk into a local bank or credit union branch and request a money order. …
  2. Western Union or MoneyGram Locations. …
  3. US Postal Service. …
  4. 7-Eleven. …
  5. CVS Pharmacy. …
  6. Kmart. …
  7. Kroger. …
  8. Meijer.

What is a bank money order?

A money order is essentially a prepaid piece of paper, similar to a check, that you get in exchange for cash. You can use them to send people money, and recipients can easily deposit them into their bank accounts.

What is going on with TCF Bank?

The deal between Huntington and TCF, first announced in December 2020, officially closed in June and set off the efforts to re-brand TCF as Huntington Bancshares. In June, it was announced that TCF customer accounts would be converted to Huntington’s systems in the fourth quarter.

Can you get a money order with a debit card?

You can use cash or a debit card to buy money orders at the post office, Walmart, Western Union and your bank or credit union.