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$49K in Lost Funds in Montgomery County

The Times Herald reported $49K in lost funds for Montgomery County citizens. Pennsylvania state treasurer, Rob McCord reported that 1 in 10 Pennsylvanians have missing money waiting for them, and most know someone that has unclaimed property or money. The owners of missing money are not limited to individuals; businesses, corporations, and even governmental departments can all be owed unclaimed funds.

McCord urges Pennsylvania residents to conduct searches for the missing funds on a regular basis. The databases are updated quite often, so even if your name doesn’t turn up one week, it may the next. CashUnclaimed.com is the best way to search for unclaimed money. They offer free unclaimed money searches and are able to search both state and federal records. To search for your unclaimed Pennsylvania money for free, click HERE!

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