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$45 Million in Unclaimed Assets is Not Uncommon For Most States

According to the Gazettenet.com, Massachusetts is holding over $45 million in unclaimed dollars for Hampshire county alone. This is not an uncommon thing for most states in the United States. According to Caettenet.com, one in 10 people in Hampshire County, which means 70,244 property owners, are owed unclaimed assets of $100 or more!

There are more than 1,200 property owners in Hampshire County have unclaimed funds ranging from $2,500 to $60,000!

The Massachusetts State Treasurer, Steve Grossman, has been releasing names of unclaimed property and money owners in hopes people will come forward to claim their unclaimed money.

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