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When a person searches for lost money, what exactly are they searching for? This is the question most people want to know when confronted with the lost money problem. Many people have heard of lost money. They may not know where it comes from, but they’ve probably heard success stories of people finding a hundred here or a thousand there. We’ve all heard those really big fish stories of the person who received a $1M or more inheritance from a long lost relative they didn’t even know they had. While many of are aware that unclaimed money exists, most of us have no idea where it is or how to claim it once we do find it. This is where an Internet search for lost money comes in handy.

 

Lost Money Sources

The State and Federal Treasuries across the US are holding onto billions of dollars collectively between them. This money originates from abandoned bank accounts, lost security deposits, unclaimed insurance payments, child support payments and tax returns. That is just a short list of where this money originates. With so many sources, it would be very difficult for a person to narrow down a search for lost money. For this reason, the Cash Unclaimed database was created.

 

Using the Cash Unclaimed Database

Thanks to the Internet, you can now search for lost money using any computer or mobile device. And thanks to the Cash Unclaimed database, a person doesn’t need to know where their lost money came from or went to. All they need to do is search with their full name or business name and you will be able to quickly uncover any lost money that may be held in a State or Federal Treasury account across the whole country regardless of where you currently live.

You really don’t have to be a detective or that computer savvy to look for, find and claim lost money. You only need a first and last name or the name of a business that you or your family owns or may have owned in the past. You can even search for your friends’ or relatives’ names and businesses. The more you search for these types of funds or any money really, the more you will uncover either for yourself or your loved ones. In turn this can mean more money you will be able to put right back in your pocket to use how ever you see fit.

This means you can use the found funds to put a little cushion in your bank account, maybe add more to or start your savings or pay off old bills or any other bills you may be behind on or have trouble paying from month to month. Think about it this way, if you do find any of your friends’, loved ones or relatives’ lost cash during your lost money search, they might do the right thing and even split it with you. Even if they buy you lunch or even just say thanks, it is still a pretty good deal and gives you something you didn’t have before. Even if it ends up being just a piece of mind to know that you no longer have any lost or missing funds out there under your name waiting for you to claim them. I check mine every few months just in case anything was processed late or caught up in any type of unfathomable situation, just to be sure.

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