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Indiana Unclaimed Property And Money Finding Tips

5 years ago you moved from Indiana to Wisconsin and forgot to pass on a forwarding address. There could be Indiana unclaimed money waiting for you. You probably think there’s no way you forgot about money or property you own, but it happens every day. Did you change banks, but didn’t close the account? If you haven’t used a checking or savings account in the last three years, that money is now listed as Indiana unclaimed property.

Did you forget to get your utility deposit back when you moved out of state? Under state law, that security deposit has be surrendered as unclaimed property. You would be amazed at all the unclaimed cash that may be waiting for you. As a U.S. citizen, you might think the federal government will help you find it. Nope! There is no one central agency that tracks unclaimed assets for our government. Think of all the different jobs you’ve held, the different towns and states you’ve lived in, tracking down any unclaimed funds due you will take a lot of time.Or, you can use the tools available at the Cash Unclaimed search database. Interested? Try the “Free Money Search”, it’s easy! Just enter your name and email address, then click “Find Money”. Bingo! There’s $500.00 with Robert Smith’s name on it. Keep in mind, there could be thousands of people with the same name as you! How many “Robert Smiths” do you think there are in this country? If you decide to stop there, tracking down the money and proving you are the right “Robert Smith” will be up to you.

If you want further help, simply become a premium account holder and you will have access to all the information about the money in question. Inside the members’ area, you will find all the forms with complete instructions on how to fill them out. Everything you’ll need to submit your claim for the Indiana unclaimed money. Accessing the services and search tools provided by this service could cost as little as $11. The amount you pay depends on how many searches you conduct and the services you choose. Besides searching for Indiana unclaimed property for yourself, you can search for family members and friends. Should your search prove successful, you will have to contact the entity holding the money and place your claim. Once you’ve filled out the claim form, you will have to provide proof of identification by providing your social security number and a photo ID, such as a driver’s license or passport. Depending on just what unclaimed property you are filing for, you may be asked to submit a birth certificate, marriage license, death certificate or proof of previous address.

Our researchers are constantly upgrading the database to make sure the information is up-to-date and correct. They receive information from all fifty states regarding unclaimed funds and more unclaimed funds are submitted to states and the federal government every day. So, if you are wondering if there might be some money out there with your name on it, give it a shot!

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