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Do You Think Unclaimed Property is a Scam?

Does the concept of unclaimed property not seem real to you?

Do you think it is a scam?

If so, you are incorrect. Unclaimed property is as real as the money in your bank account, except, it was forgotten about. Perfect examples of unclaimed money:
-Unclaimed security deposits: Have you ever moved, and not forwarded your address? If so, there might be a check waiting for you!
-Unclaimed utility deposits: If you’ve ever opened up a utility and moved, or closed it down, you most like have the deposit waiting for you!
-Unclaimed bank accounts: Maybe a parent took out a bank account in your name, that you didn’t know about!

Other common types: Unclaimed insurance policies, forgotten safety deposit boxes, unclaimed stocks, bonds, or mutual funds, or unclaimed tax refunds!

If any of the above sounds like it may apply to you, search now for free to see if you have the money waiting for you!

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