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You Can Still Find Money In Pennsylvania

The state of Pennsylvania is sitting on $1.5 billion in unclaimed property. That’s a lot of scratch and it’s too much for state Treasury officials to manage. It’s the Treasury department’s job to return all of that money to the rightful owners. With all of that money to account for, calling and sending letters to all of the rightful owners of that money is going to be a pretty tough job. And that’s why it’s up to all the current and former citizens of this great state to invest in their future and find money and Pennsylvania unclaimed property today.

 

Invest in Your Future and Find Money

If you don’t try to find money in Pennsylvania, you’ll never know if you are part owner of that $1.5 billion pile of money. Right now that money is sitting in State and Federal treasury vaults across the country. Wouldn’t you rather have that money in your own account, if you are the rightful owner that is? Of course you would.

That money could better be spent saved for the future or on that next lavish vacation or on that next mobile handset purchase. Just think about all the reasons you could use money that rightfully belongs to you like getting out of debt, catching up on personal bills, re-investing into your family’s education or maybe even making that move you have been thinking about. It’s your money to spend, but you won’t be able to spend it unless you try to find money in Pennsylvania first.

Luckily, it is now easier than ever to find money as long as you have an Internet connection. You can even search by borrowing the Internet connection from someone else, like a family member, friend or even a public library or cyber cafe. Heck, while your at it tell them you will do an easy and free search for their names too.

 

How to Find Money in Pennsylvania for Free

It only takes a moment to search for money using the Cash Unclaimed database. Put your first and last name into the system, or the names of someone you know, and see if there is a listing for any lost money.

If you do find money in Pennsylvania, you can claim it and you will have done your part to pare down the large sum to a more manageable amount.You will not only benefit by putting this money back into your own pocket, home or savings account where it belongs but also by freeing up the time of our state treasury department so they can go back to focusing on way more important things, like pollution and other areas of the economy.

So, keep your money in your own account or pocket and don’t let the State or Federal Treasuries have access to it a second longer. Try your hand at finding money in Pennsylvania and see how much you can uncover. It has never before been easier then it is now to have access and be able to track down these types of funds. It is almost just as easy to actually claim the funds, provide proof of ownership and have the funds directly deposited into your personal and private back account. In some cases you might have to wait for them to actually mail a check out to you.

Some people might sit back and laugh at the though of having to wait for a physical check to be mailed out to you in this day and age but how do you think this problem got started and grew so much to begin with? You never know, you might find yourself on the front cover all the newspapers having found money from an old lost relative. Stranger things have happened, but you’ll never know unless you go for it.

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