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$38 Billion Remains Unclaimed in America

September 19th, 2012

According to a recent report from the Business Insider, Americans have $38 BILLION that is considered unclaimed funds. Some of the top states that hold the most amount of unclaimed funds are:

California holding over $910 million
Texas holding over $600 million

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Columbus Man Accused of Stealing Unclaimed Funds

September 18th, 2012

Reported recently in NBC4i, Columbus, one man, Alexander Mitchell, has recently been accused of stealing unclaimed money. Mitchell posed as “Capital One Enterprises”, “Franklin Financial Services” and “Asset Recover Specialists” and charged individuals fees to search for their unclaimed funds. Mitchell was granted power of attorney in most of these situations, and took the money he found for these individuals.

Unclaimed Funds Scams Arise in North Carolina

September 17th, 2012

One North Carolina woman caught an unclaimed funds scam before she became victim of it. This North Carolina woman received a letter in the mail notifying her that she has $2.4 million in unclaimed funds. She thought this was legitimate up until she read that she had to pay $20 to start the process. That is when she realized she almost fell victim to an unclaimed funds scam.

2011 Proved Successful in Returning Ohio Unclaimed Funds

September 14th, 2012

Unclaimed money, worth $800 million, has been returned to the rightful owners in Ohio after the launch of Ohio Treasure Hunt. The Ohio Treasure Hunt has had great success in 2011 with returning large amounts of unclaimed money to its owners.

David Goodman, the Director of Department of Commerce Ohio, urges the residents to participate in the Ohio Treasure Hunt so that much more Ohio unclaimed money lying in the region can be returned to the rightful owners as soon as possible. It is after the launch of this much talked about Treasure Hunt the state agencies are boasting of a massive $800 million return at the starting of the New year 2011.

Nebraska is Auctioning Unclaimed Property on Ebay!

September 13th, 2012

Nebraska is sitting on million worth in unclaimed property and its time to clear out the space it is taking up in the vaults! The state of Nebraska is holding an auction on Ebay to auction off the many items they have held on to for years, with no owner in sight.

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Find Oklahoma Unclaimed Property at Oklahoma State Fair

September 12th, 2012

Reported today on Fox23.com, Oklahoma is holding over $350 million in unclaimed property. The state treasurer, Ken Miller, and team are headed to the Oklahoma City and Tulsa state fair to distribute the unclaimed funds to 600,000 Oklahoma residents.

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Louisiana is Holding $11 Million in Unclaimed Lottery Money

September 11th, 2012

Announced yesterday, the state of Louisiana is holding on to $11 million in unclaimed lottery money. It is said that some of these winnings is due to people throwing away their winning lottery tickets.

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North Carolina Has Millions in Unclaimed Funds

September 7th, 2012

North Carolina’s unclaimed funds currently amounts to $500 million with 2 million people as its rightful owners. Unclaimed money in North Carolina is becoming a matter of serious concern for the government. This is why they are all set up in a refreshed mood to try all over again to get rid of its large chunk of unclaimed money.

Even after attaining a success of returning $46.4 million of unclaimed money to their true owners last year, the government has not been able to get rid of the burden completely. This burden has been brought with the amount of $500 million of unclaimed funds piled all over again this year in North Carolina unclaimed funds.

Louisiana Holds Millions in Unclaimed Tax Refunds

September 5th, 2012

The state of Louisiana holds millions of dollars in unclaimed tax refunds, belonging to around 7,500 residents. The state notified these people to inform them their refund checks have yet to be cashed.

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Warren County, New Jersey is Holding Unclaimed Property Auction

September 4th, 2012

Reported today on NJ.com, Warren county has announced an auction being held to sell the excess supply of unclaimed property. The auction will be held Saturday, September 8th at the Warren County Road Department Garage.

The auction will start at 10am. The auction-goers will be able to preview and examine the unclaimed items on Friday, from 9am to 3pm Friday, September 7th, and open at 9am on Saturday.

This auction will hold a large variety of items, from trucks and siezed automobiles, to smaller items left behind form inmates.