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Police and Fire Departments Are Also Owed Unclaimed Property

According to Missouri State Treasurer, Clint Zweifel, police and fire departments in Missouri are among those who are owed unclaimed property or money. The state of Missouri currently is holding on to $700 million in unclaimed money, which belongs to 4.3 million account holders.

Businesses or Corporations are among individuals who are encouraged to search for unclaimed money or property. Individuals aren’t the only ones who may have unclaimed money. There have been many businesses, corporations, and even government institutions who are owed unclaimed money.

Unclaimed money is an increasing problem in not just Missouri, but the United States as a whole. One of the best ways to search for your unclaimed property is with CashUnclaimed.com, the largest unclaimed money database in the world! CashUnclaimed.com offers free unclaimed money searches, so search for your unclaimed money or property today!

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