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rapid changes at many State government offices, due to budget cutbacks,
we are unable to currently provide precise accuracy on which State
office such claims can be checked at. If you have reason to believe you
may have a claim, you should contact the State Treasurer's Office of
that State for further instructions on finding and making a claim.
could have unclaimed money, found money or abandoned property assets; cash, un-cashed checks, bank accounts,
stocks, benefits, refunds, escheat, the IRS could owe you a tax refund.
These could be due you and you aren't even aware of it. There may be an
inheritance from insurance where you are the beneficiary sitting waiting for
you, the heir, to come and get it. You could be the rightful owner of abandoned,
baggage, luggage, freight. Everyone needs to make a free money database
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PLEASE READ ~
BEFORE DOING A FREE UNCLAIMED
OR FOUND MONEY AND ABANDONED PROPERTY SEARCH
Point to Remember:
Unclaimed or found money or abandoned
property assets are usually reported in
the name or Social Security number of the owner's along with any owner
information (if available).
will want to have the following copies ready for your search.
- current identification
- your social security card
- evidence of residence
- proof you did business with the previous holder of
and millions of Unclaimed or Found Money are turned over, often, to our State Governments
through their Treasurer's Office because businesses are unable to
contact the property owners. The funds take many forms!
certificates of deposit