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Spread The Word About Lost War Bonds

Lost war bonds are piling up and the hunt is on for the rightful owners. State treasurers across the country are holding onto these lost war bonds. These of course were meant to provide financial security to those individuals who purchased them during times of war, or at least they promised to provide financial security. The idea is that the war bonds would appreciate over time. The thing is, people stick them in a safe deposit box and then forget about them. Years later they’re uncovered and they become lost war bonds that become a near permanent fixture in a state treasurer’s vault. To claim lost war bonds that may belong to you, you don’t need to contact any state department and you don’t even need to pick up the phone. A simple online search will uncover any war bonds you have coming to you.

 

Lost War Bonds – A Patriotic Promise

During times of war, the US government needs funds to keep their weapons armed and their defenses strong. War bonds are purchased by families who hope that the appreciating notes will provide financial security years down the road. The US government gets its money and the family gets a comfortable retirement, at least if the family can claim lost war bonds that, well, have gone missing.

 

How Lost War Bonds End Up Missing

When you purchase war bonds, you’re supposed to stick them somewhere safe. Most people choose safe deposit boxes. Others choose storage units. Some choose attics and basements and a select few choose really sneaky hiding spots that they later completely forget about. In fact, even those who stick them in safe deposit boxes tend to forget about them over time. This is strange considering the fact that the lost war bonds may be worth ten times as much by now, but nonetheless, war bonds are missing and they’re now piling up more than ever.

US war bonds are being uncovered in the unlikeliest of spots all over the world and now is your chance to claim lost war bonds using the Cash Unclaimed database. With a first and last name, you can claim lost war bonds in your name and potentially find war bonds in your friends’ and relatives’ names.

Spread the word about lost war bonds and help the US government rid itself of this problem and help yourself and your friends and family reap the benefits of these war bonds that are now aged and incredibly valuable just like a fine wine.

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