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Find Pennsylvania Unclaimed Property

Monday, June 24th, 2013

The hunt is on for Pennsylvania unclaimed property and there’s plenty of it to be found. The state treasury is currently in possession of millions of dollars in unclaimed property that rightfully belongs to someone, the state just doesn’t know who. That is why treasury officials are hoping that the state’s residents, and even residents who happened to have moved away from the state, will start searching for unclaimed property in Pennsylvania en masse. There is even a simple online database that will allow them to do so. If this property remains unclaimed for too long it may be put up for sale depending on the statue of limitations per state.

Pennsylvania Has A Lot Of Cash Lying Around

Monday, March 11th, 2013

The state of Pennsylvania is calling on all its current and previous residents to help in the search for Pennsylvania cash. Even though it sounds like it, this money doesn’t actually belong to the state at all. Instead, it belongs to those current and former residents who may have lost the money years ago. The money can come from abandoned bank accounts, missing tax returns, property from safe deposit boxes that have been liquidated through state auctions and much more. In fact, there are millions of dollars just sitting in a state Treasury vault and it’s up to the men and women of this great state, and the ones who used to live here, to help us search for cash in Pennsylvania. Here’s how to participate.

You Can Still Find Money In Pennsylvania

Monday, February 11th, 2013

The state of Pennsylvania is sitting on $1.5 billion in unclaimed property. That’s a lot of scratch and it’s too much for state Treasury officials to manage. It’s the Treasury department’s job to return all of that money to the rightful owners. With all of that money to account for, calling and sending letters to all of the rightful owners of that money is going to be a pretty tough job. And that’s why it’s up to all the current and former citizens of this great state to invest in their future and find money and Pennsylvania unclaimed property today.

Pennsylvania is Using Unclaimed Property for Christmas Gifts!!

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011

The state of Pennsylvania, like almost every state in the U.S., is sitting on large amounts of unclaimed property. The state of Pennsylvania has decided to start auctioning off unclaimed property items on eBay. Currently, Pennsylvania is sitting on over $1.8 BILLION in unclaimed money and property, which still isn’t the largest state with unclaimed money!

How do you find your unclaimed property?

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