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Understanding Insurance Refunds And How They Pertain To Lost Funds

Do you have an insurance refund coming to you? Are you sure? Millions of dollars are being held by various states and the federal government in the form of lost funds and missing insurance refunds make a high percentage of those dollars. If you were ever issued an insurance refund, you should have received a letter from the company. Sometimes, the company merely mails a check and a letter together, so that if you missed one, you are sure to miss the other. If you didn’t receive the refund in the mail, due to a postal error or due to your own poor record-keeping, you might have lost funds in the form of insurance refunds waiting on you somewhere. Wouldn’t you like to know? If so, keep reading to find out how to search for lost funds today.

 

Missing Insurance Refunds – Not As Uncommon As You Think

Believe it or not, many Americans lose their insurance refunds. Most of the time it’s because they didn’t forward their mail when they moved or they didn’t inform their insurance company, or both. Sometimes it’s because the refund was sent to the wrong name and address completely. Mistakes happen, but this isn’t the time to assign blame. Instead, you should begin searching for lost funds in the form of insurance refunds today so that you can put a little more money in your pocket.

 

Searching for Lost Funds

When you enter your first and last name into the text boxes on this page, you will be sent through the Cash Unclaimed database, which searches the treasury databases of all fifty states and the Federal government. If you have tax refunds, an inheritance, an abandoned bank account or insurance refunds coming to you, it will show up in the lost funds search results.

To retrieve the money that belongs to you, simply contact the agency holding the insurance refunds and you’ll be mailed a check or wired the money directly.

An insurance refund came about because you likely paid too much or there was an error on the company’s behalf. Regardless of why the refund was issued, begin searching for lost funds now and you may be able to collect from the insurance company. Not many people can say that, as most of the time it’s the insurance company collecting from you.

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