► There is no central repository for unclaimed funds, nor
is there any true national unclaimed property database.
Each state administers it's own lost money trust fund.
► You must search for unclaimed money in each state where family members have lived or worked, as well as popular corporate domiciles like Delaware.
► Check all variations of your name, including maiden and previous married names, middle names, initials, even nicknames and common misspellings. Do the same for deceased family members - you may be entitled to an unclaimed inheritance.
► Unclaimed property databases online contain only a fraction of accounts actually available for claim, and certain types of unclaimed funds are excluded entirely, including many government checks and refunds.
► Unclaimed money owed by federal agencies (U.S. Savings Bonds, IRS refunds, FDIC insured savings accounts, Social Security, retirement and VA benefits, etc.) is not included in state unclaimed property databases. Claims are paid by the issuer.
Last year 2.5 million citizens successfully claimed over $2 billion. The record payout: $6.1 million ... Act now!
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