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Have you ever considered that you may have left some money just floating about from an old bank account, or an insurance or tax refund? It’s actually a possibility if you have moved to another city or state and never gave it another thought. There has to be a quick easy way to increase fundsfor you and your family, especially in this economy. I have considered that this may have happened to me, because during my college years I probably moved and/or relocated at least 3 or 4 times.I believe most people never consider the idea of money being left behind because they believe it would take too much work to track it down. Well, I think it’s worth it; more importantly, if you actually find a program that has a database to do the footwork for you. In our current day and society of high tech cloud internet and smartphones, everything moves as quickly as a flash. I mean, consider how you may have finally attained your graduate degree, bought a new car and decided you needed to upgrade your insurance. Before you ask, yes… there are companies that will not try to track you down to give you money that you are owed. I believe there are endless possibilities of how to increase funds, especially when things become tight. It’s worth it.Consider how good you would feel if the IRS, never contacted you about a refund. That would be great to find that money! We work hard and then we pay taxes, it’s enough to make anyone frustrated. I believe the search for lost funding is something everyone forgets. However, everyday in our country, someone comes across money that they had no idea existed. Anything is possible, it certainly could not hurt to make sure one way or another.

I know a way to make easy money. There are no gimmicks or tricks, just a simple secure way of accessing money that is owed to you. We get so caught up in our fast paced lives and our hectic work schedules that we leave loose ends. Think about that huge house you shared with 4 other people, or even the bad breakup you had a couple of years ago. Sure, you may have moved on, and that’s wonderful. However, you moved on to a new love interest and forgot that those utilities you had disconnected may benefit you. It could be that old landline phone company that you will never use again, kept some of your money.

Here’s something most people don’t consider. Landline phone usage has dropped 80% since 2007 because of cell phones. Most people decided to disconnect their telephones and neglected to give a forwarding address. Some simply did not ask if there was a refund. Thousands of people have done this in the last 5 years and neglected to collect easy money that belonged to them, free without any hassles.

What about all those speeding tickets you got in your twenties? Could it be that the one night you spent in jail, your parents or friends paid the bail, however you should have received a percentage of that money back? It happens all the time. People are so happy just to get court over and fines paid, that they do not even think about the money that was put up to get them out. If there is a company that has a reliable database to search for you, then it’s definitely worth asking for more details. There is nothing wrong with needing a little help for some easy money. Especially, if it’s your money.

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