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Find Unclaimed Funds At State Fairs

The state of Wisconsin is setting up unclaimed money booths at their state fairs throughout the counties in hope to return unclaimed money back to its owners, according to NBC15.

Anyone who thinks they may have any form of unclaimed money or property should visit the Unclaimed Property booth at the WIsconsin State Fair, August 2-12th, located inside the Exposition Center. Last year, the Wisconsin Unclaimed Property Division was able to help over 7,000 people find over $200,000 in unclaimed funds!

Wisconsin is holding nearly $400 million in unclaimed funds, with the hopes of returning the majority back to its owners this year. The fastest and easiest way to search for unclaimed funds is by using CashUnclaimed.com, the largest unclaimed money database in the world! Log on to CashUnclaimed.com today and search for your Wisconsin unclaimed funds for FREE!

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