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All You Need to Know to Find Unclaimed Money

Unclaimed money is money that belongs to you, but is currently deposited in state or federal treasuries, waiting to be claimed by you. Yes, there are 55 million people like you who have never attempted to find unclaimed money for a simple reason: They don’t even know about it.

If you have ever moved over to another state without informing your bank, changed a job, left a savings account unattended for the last three years, terminated an insurance policy, lost gift certificates, traveler’s checks, utility deposit receipts or investment certificates, there is a high chance that you may find unclaimed money.

Here are few tips to help you find unclaimed money. – In order to find unclaimed money, you will have to access a state or federal database via a government or private website such as LostMoney.com. These sites allow you to enter your first and last name before displaying the results. – In case there are too many results, you can find unclaimed money by narrowing down your search and entering your middle name. Some websites allow you to enter a family name or a business name. – Find unclaimed money by entering the name of your late relative, parent or family member. There may be money listed under your mother’s maiden name or your grandparents’ name. Try different combinations of your own name such as Samuel C. Johnson, S. C. Johnson, Sam Johnson, S. Johnson, etc. – Each state has its own database, and there is no centralized government database. So try to find unclaimed money in all 50 states and federal databases. Some websites offer to check in all states and federal accounts for you. – As you strive to find unclaimed money, you must retrieve records of old bank accounts, old addresses and old investments. These will help you to identify if the money listed under your name really belongs to you or some other person with the same name.

Remember to avoid spam emails promising to find unclaimed money for you. Also, as you strive to find unclaimed money, avoid websites that ask you to pay 10% of your unclaimed money, or websites that disclose bogus information and then lure you into purchasing some other products.

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