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California is Holding Over $6 Billion in Lost Property

August 14th, 2012

California is one of the leaders in holding the highest amounts of unclaimed property among the United States, topping the charts at over $6 billion worth of property.

State Controller, John Chiang, is determined to return all $6 billion in unclaimed property to the owners, which amounts to approximately 17.6 million owners.

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Unclaimed Property Scams on the Rise

August 13th, 2012

There are many scams arising regarding unclaimed property. Recently, an email scam was sent out in Ohio and Hawaii. This email told recipients they had unclaimed money left over from a deceased relative. It then required personal information to be submitted.

Most states are taking action against these scams and informing the public that the state does not ask for personal information to search for this money, and warns them to be careful.

The United States it sitting on billions of unclaimed money, so it is no wonder there are many scams arising.

Find Unclaimed Money on County-Based Websites

August 10th, 2012

The government is getting highly involved in helping return unclaimed money to its owners. One of the latest initiatives of the counties as a step for their unclaimed property program is the launching of individual unclaimed money website so that a person can conduct independent searches within the comfort of his or her home.

The individual online databases launched by the counties will assist a claimant in conducting independent unclaimed money searches online. This step has assisted the state treasuries by reducing their burden to assist people one by one. All the claimant has to do is visit the website and enter personal details to start searching as per the area of residence. The personal details can be information such as name, contact number and social security numbers or any other unique information to prove his identity.

Record Year for Nevada Unclaimed Funds Returns

August 9th, 2012

Nevada set a record in the highest amount of unclaimed funds returns yet, returning $33 million last year. Nevada State Treasurer Kate Marshall, owes most of the success to their new program, Operation Claim It.

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1 in 20 Minnesotans Have $100 Or More In Unclaimed Funds

August 8th, 2012

According to Fox 9, Minnesota is holding millions in unclaimed funds. The Department of Commerce says 1 in 20 Minnesotans have $100 or more in unclaimed money that is being held by the state.

The Department of Commerce has returned 13% more unclaimed funds than last year, which amounted to over $19 million.

Minnesota has claimed their success is due to keeping current with technology and updating the unclaimed money lists on a regular basis.

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West Virginia Has Your Unclaimed Property

August 7th, 2012

According to West Virginia State Treasurer, John Perdue, 1 out of 5 West Virginians have some form of unclaimed funds waiting for them.

West Virginia is holding over $152 million in unclaimed funds, which belongs to 716,561 different accounts. Since taking office, John Perdue has been able to return more than $113 million to West Virginia residents.

John Perdue has utilized visiting local senior centers with laptops and access to the unclaimed property database to help return money to the owners.

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Massachusetts Unclaimed Property Division Looking to Return Money

August 6th, 2012

The unclaimed property division of Massachusetts is showing positive results towards reducing the pile of unclaimed funds scattered in different parts of the state. The pile of unclaimed assets is increasing at an alarming rate, which is much more than that of the reclaiming rate.

As per the Abandoned Property Law of Massachusetts, the business firms are required to review their records every year to make sure they are not in possession of any Massachusetts unclaimed money or property. If they have any, they have to report it to the state agencies, along with the annual report of their findings.

Does New York Have Your Unclaimed Funds?

August 2nd, 2012

New York is holding on to $12 billion in unclaimed funds, all belonging to New York state residents. The majority of the funds are around $100 or under, however there are some cases where people are owed much larger amounts. The largest amount of unclaimed money owed to a New York resident is $1.7 million.

State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli and his office are working hard to return unclaimed funds back to the owners. The best way to search for unclaimed money is with CashUnclaimed.com, where you can find all of your unclaimed funds. Log on today and search for free.

Find Unclaimed Funds At State Fairs

August 1st, 2012

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!

Indiana: Find Your Unclaimed Money

July 31st, 2012

Indiana’s Office of the Attorney General is looking for the owners of unclaimed money the state is holding on to. According to Jamie Barb, the Public Information Officer for the Unclaimed Property Division of the Attorney General, the state of Indiana has been among the few states making an effort to return unclaimed money back to its owners.

Currently, Indiana has $380 million in unclaimed money. The state has been advertising unclaimed money in local newspapers throughout the state.

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