How to Find Out if You Have Unclaimed Money

There is a lot of unclaimed cash out their in the form of utility deposits, refunds and even property.

In 2008 Dateline did a show that indicated there is more than $30 billion of unclaimed property being stored in the treasuries of states across the U.S. The unclaimed funds or property can come from many sources including security or utility deposits you may have made but never claimed for the refund, old bank accounts you or a relative never closed or emptied and even investments that you never cashed in.

To find out if you have unclaimed money or property, here are five steps to check it out from Sarah Carter’s article at

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2 responses to “How to Find Out if You Have Unclaimed Money

  1. Here’s hoping I find something!

  2. My company, Assets Tracked, a claims processing service, audits the records of State Governments to locate unclaimed funds. We operate on a contingency fee basis which means if we don’t get paid – our clients don’t owe us anything. It’s not easy convincing people we’ve found money in their name. To get the ball rolling, we hire a mobile notary (at our expense) to meet the client anywhere they choose to sign some paperwork and notarization. See, Thank you, Steve

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