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Pennsylvania Gives Over $110,000 to Child Support in Unclaimed Money

Over $110,000 in unclaimed property, all belonging to a parent who has failed to pay child support, was given to the child or children who deserve the money. This was an initiative set forth by the state treasury along with the Department of Public Welfare, to give the money to the deserving children.

The state of Pennsylvania has over $1.8 billion in unclaimed money. The best way to search for PA unclaimed money is with CashUnclaimed.com, the largest unclaimed money database in the world.

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