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Newspapers Are Now Posting Lists for Unclaimed Funds

U.S. states are trying their best to return $32 billion of unclaimed cash to the Americans who are the rightful owners of the cash. States are finding every possible avenue, like sending personal memos, arranging outreach events, carrying out TV broadcasts, etc., to reach out to every citizen.

In order to spread awareness about unclaimed cash at grass root level, states have sought refuge of newspapers as well. Newspapers have a very deep penetration and they are available to almost every citizen across the states.

Initiatives by the States

Maryland Comptroller’s Office took a fruitful initiative and published 144-page insert in Maryland’s Frederick News-Post. The insert contained the list of 60,000 identified owners of more than $42 million in unclaimed funds. The list has proven to be very handy for the people who stay in remote areas and do not have access to internet. The list published in newspapers can be referred anytime, any number of times and can be carefully scrutinized.

Colorado is another state that rides on the reach and popularity of newspapers, and publishes Colorado Payback list in Saturday’s newspapers. Colorado State has funds worth $50 million in the form of unclaimed cash. This is a perfect opportunity for Colorado citizens to go through the list and find whether they own any unclaimed cash in their name. Citizens who find their names in the list can call the state treasury office for further guidance on staking their claim.

Last year Connecticut State Treasurer published more than 34,000 names in newspapers throughout the state as an effort to return millions of dollars of unclaimed funds to state residents. Texas Comptroller’s office is also vigorously undertaking print media campaign for the unclaimed property advertisement. Starting last October, the state is publishing six regional unclaimed property lists in the newspapers instead of one combined insert.

Other Organizations Following the Trait

Not only the states but also numerous insurance agencies, financial institutions and organizations have resorted to newspaper advertorials to find the rightful owners of forgotten cash, insurance claims and various refunds. Some of the organizations have placed notices in newspapers all over the states in an effort to reach out to the maximum number of people.

Newspapers are turning out to be very useful medium for the people to find out any unclaimed funds in their names. People can also visit www.cashunclaimed.com for a free search of the databases.

Cashunclaimed.com is one of the largest single databases for U.S. unclaimed money in the world. Our current database lists billions of dollars in unclaimed money, property, accounts and assets from all 50 states and several Federal agencies that could belong to you. There are millions of people who are owed federal and state unclaimed money and they don’t even know it!

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