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  • Premiere Estates Auction Company The home is owned by Jose 'Pancho' Leon, a builder and founder of a money-order transport company.

    Private Properties

  • The home is owned by Jose "Pancho" Leon, a builder and founder of a money-order transport company, who says he spent more than $7.7 million building the home.

    Private Properties

  • "I'm starting to get butterflies," confessed Regina Leon, who owns the home with her husband Jose "Pancho" Leon, a builder and founder of a money-order company.

    High-End Hits the Auction Block

  • Banks will still make tons of money charging anywhere from $10 to $50 for overdraft fees, wiring fees, money-order fees, check-cashing fees, fees to use the teller, minimum-balance fees, fees to use your debit card in a foreign country, account-maintenance fees, etc.

    What Green Shoots?

  • Be sure to acknowledge receipt of this money-order immediately, or I shall think it has miscarried, or been purloined.

    New Letters from Charles Brown to Joseph Severn

  • Pitches for bogus work-at-home opportunities involving medical billing, rebate processing, "mystery shopper" positions that promise to pay you for buying products anonymously for companies, and money-order processing jobs also are on the rise, say Better Business Bureau and consumer-protection officials.

    Job Scams: The Recession Turns Ugly

  • The 7-Eleven Vcoms support special functions like bill payment, check cashing and money-order purchases.

    Wired Top Stories

  • Every month, from a money-order he sent home, they knew where his latest archaeological wanderings had taken him, but that was all.

    An Atlas of Impossible Longing

  • Every month, from a money-order he sent home, they knew where his latest archaeological wanderings had taken him, but that was all.

    An Atlas of Impossible Longing

  • Every month, from a money-order he sent home, they knew where his latest archaeological wanderings had taken him, but that was all.

    An Atlas of Impossible Longing

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