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Unclaimed Funds Are Currently Expiring

You might want to take back your unclaimed funds before they expire. This is the message most state treasurers are hoping to send to the hard working men and women of their respective states. Right now unclaimed funds are expiring across the nation. These expiring unclaimed funds come from a variety of sources, but they all will be expiring before we know it. The only solution is for everyone with money in this game to step forward to claim what’s rightfully theirs. If you think that you might have unclaimed funds in your name, you might want to act quickly before they expire.

 

Expiring Unclaimed Funds

You can tell people all day long, “Take back your unclaimed funds before they expire,” but they won’t always listen. Not only are most people unaware that unclaimed funds are expiring, most people are unaware that unclaimed money exists in the first place. If everyone knew just how much money was in the unclaimed money accounts across the country, we might see more people try and take their money back. If you want to take back your unclaimed funds before they expire, you can use the Cash Unclaimed database. Considered one of the world’s largest databases for locating and claiming lost or missing money, it’s the database you’ll want to search if you’re curious about expiring unclaimed funds.

It seems strange, probably not only to me, that people would lose track of their own funds and finances but it happens every day. Just think about… we all have friends that misplace their car keys or wallets every time they go out or even every time they are trying to leave to go out. It is probably people like them who have hundreds to thousands of dollars sitting in some government coffer somewhere because they forgot to lave a forwarding address to an old employer or maybe even an old land lord, which means their security deposit or last check ended up lost. Once this money sits for a while it usually ends up in a state account somewhere for further up keep until it is finally claimed and returned.

 

Sources of Unclaimed Funds

Before you attempt to take back your unclaimed funds before they expire, you might want to give a thought as to where your money may have come from. Abandoned bank accounts, lost utility and rental deposits, missing paychecks and 401K accounts – these are just a few examples of where these expiring unclaimed funds may have come from.

If you suspect that you may have unclaimed funds that are expiring, log onto the Cash Unclaimed database today and try your hand at a free search. Expiring unclaimed funds could disappear any day. State treasurers may begin to board up their vaults and rip up all those checks.

Before this happens, take back your unclaimed funds before they expire and search the Cash Unclaimed database for your first and last name. If you have expiring unclaimed funds in your name, you’ll know it.

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