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Millions Still Available from Iowa’s Treasure Hunt

Iowa’s Treasure Hunt has benefited many, reuniting with unclaimed money. A large number of people have already benefited from The Great Iowa Treasure Hunt program and it has already returned over $122 million in unclaimed property to more than 310,000 rightful owners of unclaimed money. In Iowa, unclaimed money was considered unrealistic and out of bounds for the most part. “We get millions of dollars in each year,” Fitzgerald stated. “We believe the best way to find people are to ask others in their community to help us. That’s why we are sending out the top 25 list.”

In fall, State Treasurer Michael Fitzgerald created a top 25 list of unclaimed money owners in the state of Iowa. “You won’t find any football teams on the list, but what you will find are names of people in Lee County that have money waiting for them to claim.” Fitzgerald said. “If you don’t recognize any of the names, check our website for others.”

Continuing in 2010, this Iowa unclaimed money program is expected to continue in 2011. The statistics have revealed that a large amount of unclaimed money is still waiting to be claimed. In spite of the best efforts of the State treasurer and his associates, the number of people in Iowa coming up to get their unclaimed money has still fallen below expectations.

For more information about the Great Iowa Treasure Hunt, visit www.greatiowatreasurehunt.com. Interested individuals can also correspond by email at foundit@iowa.gov or by contacting the treasurer’s office at the following address: Michael Fitzgerald, State Treasurer, Great Iowa Treasure Hunt, Lucas State Office Building, Des Moines, Iowa 50319. Please include the name(s), maiden name(s), and current and previous address(es) of the people you would like searched for.

“It’s the time of year to give, and I want to give back Iowans their unclaimed property,” Fitzgerald said. “Every year, millions of dollars in unclaimed property are turned over to the State Treasurer’s Office through the Great Iowa Treasure Hunt program. Our goal is to return as much of the property to the rightful owners as possible.”

“Our office makes giving back a year-round priority,” Fitzgerald said. “When the holiday season is behind us, we’ll still be here doing what we can to reunite people with their unclaimed property.”

If you find your name you can e-mail foundit@iowa.gov or contact the treasurer’s office at the following address: Michael Fitzgerald, state treasurer, Great Iowa Treasure Hunt, Lucas State Office Building, Des Moines, IA 50319. Please include the name(s), maiden name(s), current and previous address(es) of those people you would like searched.

So, if you are living in Iowa or have resided in the past and you have some inkling that there can be unclaimed money in your name, then Iowa treasure hunt is a holiday gift for you. You can utilize the above information to get in touch with the right officials and follow the simple process of unclaimed money retrieval.

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