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The Search For Money Is On!

In the United States today, nearly eight in ten people are owed missing or unclaimed money. This amounts to billions of dollars that are being held in state and federal accounts. There is so much money and treasury officials are already stretched so thin that government officials are pushing a nationwide search for money. This nationwide search is open to all U.S. residents and it’s completely free to join. All you need to do is use your first and last name and you’ll know within seconds if you are a successful participant in this search for money.

 

Search for Money – The Possibilities are Endless

If you live in the U.S., chances are good that you have at least some money in your name waiting for you out there. The search for money doesn’t discriminate based on age or sex or social status. It is available to anyone who has ever held a job, kept a bank account, held an insurance policy, paid child support and many other reasons as well. If you have ever had a 401K with any company or ever had any of you paycheck been subjected to company wide investments as some businesses do.

The money typically found by participants in the search for money extravaganza are owners of abandoned bank accounts that abruptly left town or relocated for personal or career purposes. Or maybe someone who switched jobs so quickly they simply didn’t remember to cash their final paycheck. It could have even been an individual who received a discount from their insurance company but the check got lost in the mail and the customer didn’t have a clue about the refund. These are just a few examples of why money may be waiting for people who try their hand at the search for money.

Now it’s your turn.

 

How to Search for Money

When you are ready to participate in the search for money, simply enter your first and last name into the database and press submit. Your name will be checked against all those in the missing money database. The initial search is a broad one, as it checks your name and all derivations of your name to make sure no stone is left unturned. The convenient thing about the search is that it also checks all of the state treasury accounts and government coffers nationwide as well. That way you don’t have to worry if you think you might have some type of forgotten funds somewhere out in some other state you passed through before settling on our current state of residency.

With so many reasons who knows what the story behind the lost or missing money that could just be sitting out there in your name waiting to be claimed. Heck, if you are successful at your search for money, your next step is simply to claim it. The search will provide details of who is holding your funds so all you have to do is contact the treasury department in question and you will receive a check shortly. Some of these entities that are currently holding on to this money are in such distress to return it and stop paying to maintain it that they will even wire the money directly into your bank account. Imagine that, spending 5 to 10 minutes in a search for unclaimed money and then with in a day or so being several hundred to several thousand dollars richer… Even if it’s only 50 to 150 bucks, I think it a brilliant way to spend the time.

The search for money is on and there are billions of dollars to be found. How much will you find?

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