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Maine seeks help in locating people with unclaimed money

This spring along with flowers blooming some people’s net worth could bloom. Could you be one?

Each spring in Maine the State Treasurer’s Unclaimed Property Division releases a list of unclaimed property being held by the Treasurer’s office for the rightful owner to claim.

Typically unclaimed assets are savings and checking accounts, contents of safe deposit boxes, life insurance policies, utility deposits, uncashed pay checks, undistributed dividends, from a bank account you forgot to close, or even a gift certificate.

The rightful owners of the property are often hard to track down because they no longer reside at the last known address provided to the state. The Unclaimed Property division works year-round to try and reunite the names on the list with their property, but since many of the addresses or phone numbers are invalid, legislators are enlisted to help find the account holders.

To check if you have unclaimed property being held by the Treasurer, visit the Unclaimed property Division’s Web site at www.maine.gov/unclaimed. You may also visit www.CashUnclaimed.com to verify if you have any unclaimed assets in other states.

Each state does want to return your lost money.

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