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Common Unclaimed Money Myths Exposed

There are many myths about unclaimed money. Here are some of the major ones:

Myth 1. “I don’t have any unclaimed money, and there will never be any for me.”
Fact: Almost every American has unclaimed money waiting for them. If there isn’t any current unclaimed money in your name, check again later! You may forget to report things as you go on in life, so you never know what you can find!

Myth 2: “Only rich people have unclaimed money.”
Fact: Rich people are less likely to have unclaimed money. They most likely have personal accountants who keep good track of their money for them, thus, preventing them from having unclaimed money. If you’ve ever had a bank account, put down a utility deposit or other deposits, you are very likely to have unclaimed money.

Myth 3: “You have to provide your Social Security Number to find unclaimed money.”
Fact: You do NOT have to provide the SSN to search for unclaimed money. Most sites, especially CashUnclaimed.com, only require your first and last name to conduct searches. However, to claim your unclaimed money, you will need proper forms of identification, which the SSN may be one of them.

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