About $ 50 billion in unclaimed property is lying with the federal and state governments and the amount is increasing year by year. The governments makes their best efforts to locate the owners of this money but because of people moving, changing names, marriages and divorces and death, the owners of the property are often not found. This is where experts like Unclaimed Money.com enter the picture.
Unclaimed money can take many forms – forgotten bank accounts, uncashed checks, unclaimed insurance amounts, refunds, veteran’s benefits, pension dues, inheritances, unused gift certificates, forgotten shares, unclaimed safe deposit boxes, and so on. Over 60% of Americans have owed money in some form or another that they do not know about. Using Unclaimed Money.com makes searching for assets that belong to you easy.
The problem is searching is that there is no one central database that you can search. Each state and federal agency has its own records. Finding and searching through them is time consuming and you may miss out on an important database. Unclaimed Money.com has compiled records from all over the country in searchable databases that are easy to use. Instead of going from site to site, all you need to do is register at Unclaimed Money.com and access all the records you need at one place.
The site charges only for the registration required to use the search facilities. There is no other charge. If you should find unclaimed money or other assets that belong to you, they will provide you all the information you need to make your claim. They do not get involved in the claim process and do not charge you anything for any money you may receive through your claim. Anyone can register and use the Unclaimed Money.com website. No verification of the register user is required. A user can do as many searches as he or she may want during the validity of the registrant and searches are not limited to the user alone. A user can search on behalf of friends, family or anyone else he may want to. A user can also search for unclaimed money that belonged to a deceased relative that he is legally entitled to.