September 15th, 2014
If you are one of the millions of Americans who desperately want to get away, but you just don’t have the funds to make it happen, missing funds might be the answer. There are currently billions of dollars stashed away in U.S. Treasury coffers and all that money is ripe for the taking. If you want to get your hands on at least a portion of that money, you will be happy to know that doing so is well within the realm of possibilities. In fact, you may already own some of that money as it is. If that surprises you, it shouldn’t. Your summer vacation might just be funded with your own money, it’s just that the money in question happens to be missing at the moment. All you have to do is reach out and find it.
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September 9th, 2014
California is the place you want to be, as the Beverly Hillbillies theme song once declared, and The Golden State is definitely where you want to be if you want to get your hands on some of the unclaimed funds that are slowly being distributed about. If this is the first time you’ve heard about California unclaimed funds, considered to be the state’s latest gold rush, you will be pleased to learn that there are hundreds of millions of dollars – and possibly more – being kept in the state’s treasury. Now all current and former residents have a chance to search for any unclaimed funds that may be owed to them with a simple online search.
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July 9th, 2014
The United States is the best in the world at a lot of things, but returning the nation’s stockpile of lost property to all the rightful owners simply isn’t one of them. If any enemies – foreign or domestic – threaten us, we will strike them down with a vengeance using our ultra-advanced military industrial complex. Likewise, if anyone around the world wants to know how to look cool, all they have to do is look to Hollywood, New York and all the other ‘hot scenes’ around the country. So we’re the best at kicking butt and looking cool, but solving the lost property problem is way over our heads. It doesn’t have to be this way. The country may be facing a lost property problem now, but with a little attention, we could have this thing licked faster than you say, “Tinsletown”.
This is a preview of: Why the United States Still Has a Lost Property Problem
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July 7th, 2014
Want to hear a secret? There are thousands upon thousands of unclaimed bank accounts being managed by Treasury officials all across the country. Some of these accounts have less than twenty dollars and some have substantially more. That’s only one secret about unclaimed accounts. Here are a few more you might like to know, including one well-kept secret about how to find unclaimed bank accounts that may belong to you.
Secret #1: You Can Find Unclaimed Bank Accounts Using the Internet
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July 1st, 2014
Montana residents and those who recently moved away, listen up. The state is currently involved in a lost escrow crisis. Homeowners, those who have recently sold their homes and even real estate agents may have lost escrow amounts waiting for them. If you suspect that you may have a sum waiting for you, there’s one very simple way to find out. The site is called Cash Unclaimed and you are encouraged to visit if you want to find lost escrow amounts in about 2.5 seconds.
What is Lost Escrow?
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June 25th, 2014
Uncashed checks are piling up around the country and Treasurers everywhere want to know just what the heck is going on. If you have ever tossed your mail because you suspected it was nothing but junk, you may have contributed to this problem. All hope is not lost, however, as you now have a chance to recoup and claim any uncashed checks that you may have inadvertently discarded somewhere along the line. You don’t need to go anywhere and you certainly don’t need to write or call to find that money. You only need to log onto a site called Cash Unclaimed to find out if you are owed money via email right now.
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June 17th, 2014
Rhode Island unclaimed property has made the news yet again. The state is drowning in cash and items of unknown worth and the Treasury needs your help. If you have been living in the state for some time or if you have recently moved away, you might have unclaimed ‘stuff’ waiting for you. The first step is to log on to a nationwide database known as Cash Unclaimed. Once you get logged on, you will be asked for your first and last name, as well as your email address. Once that information is submitted, you will be sent an email including the results of the search you’ve just made. If there is unclaimed property found, you’ll know about it. The only thing left to do then is claim it.
This is a preview of: Does Rhode Island Have Unclaimed Property Belonging to You?
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June 9th, 2014
Indiana is bursting at the seams with lost property. Cars, boats, cash, jewelry, comic books and anything else you can imagine keeps washing up on the Treasury’s doorstep. Most of this property is simply left behind. Not discarded, just lost. The person it belongs to simply forgot they owned it. This happens with checks mostly, but it also happens with actual property; land included! To see if you are the rightful owner of some of this loot, go directly to the database that taps into the Indiana Treasury itself – Cash Unclaimed. With a simple search, you could find yourself with a very nice haul. What that haul consists of remains to be seen.
This is a preview of: How to Claim Lost Property in Indiana
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May 31st, 2014
Wisconsin is becoming known for much more than cheese and Green Bay Packers. The state is now hoarding millions of dollars in unclaimed money that must be distributed before the state’s resources are stressed any more than they already are. If you live in Washington or you used to call the mid-western state home, you owe it to yourself to search for some of this Wisconsin unclaimed money. Unless you’re rolling in dough or swimming in a sea of gold coins like Scrooge McDuck, you could probably use a little unclaimed money. Whether it’s ten dollars, a hundred dollars or ten-thousand dollars, that will buy at least a little more than you can afford at the moment. When you consider that searching for and finding unclaimed money in Wisconsin requires a very simple process, you have no excuses at all. Visit Cash Unclaimed and take the simple quiz that will determine if you are owed money or not. Will you receive a passing grade? There’s only one way to find out.
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May 30th, 2014
Unclaimed funds in Kansas are piling up and there’s no better time than right now to get your hands on some of the action. If you’re no longer in Kansas, don’t worry, there’s no reason to make a trip back. You can now search for any sums owed with a simple online search. Just point your browser to Cash Unclaimed to get started.
Cash Unclaimed Makes it Easy to Search for Funds in Kansas
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