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The Cash Unclaimed Database Effectively Finds Money

The Cash Unclaimed database holds millions of names of individuals and businesses that may have lost or missing money owed to them. This database wasn’t always available and this made searching for lost or missing money incredibly difficult up until a few years ago. Prior to the development of the Cash Unclaimed database, individuals and businesses had a long and arduous road ahead of them if they wanted to uncover old missing payroll checks or abandoned bank accounts – two of the many sources of lost or missing money in the U.S.

Before the Cash Unclaimed database, phone calls would have to be made, snail-mail letters would have to be sent out in order to search for lost or missing money. Even then, it would often take weeks or months for an individual or business to hear anything back.

If an amount was found, the third-party would typically keep a portion and send the rest to the rightful owner. So even if unclaimed money was located, the owner almost always received less than they should.

Today, Cash Unclaimed makes searching for lost or missing money much easier.


How Cash Unclaimed is Different

The Cash Unclaimed database will search your name and derivations of your name against all of those in the Cash Unclaimed registry. This makes for an extensive initial search, whereby you can often uncover lost or missing money that belongs (or that belonged) to one of your relatives.

If you see a listing in the Cash Unclaimed search results that look as though it does indeed belong to you, you can then contact the business or treasury department that is holding your money or property so that you can have it sent to you.

The Cash Unclaimed database is designed to make searching for lost or missing money quick and easy for any resident in any state. Even if a person is owed federal money, such as a prior tax refund, the Cash Unclaimed database will uncover it. A missing commission check from a job you held ten years ago? You can find it.

Never before has searching for lost or missing money been so convenient and that’s why state and federal treasury officials love the Cash Unclaimed database. It helps Americans locate the money that’s rightfully theirs and it makes the official’s job that much easier. What’s not to love?

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When you perform a free trial search on CashUnclaimed.com we display the total dollar amount in unclaimed funds that we show reported by the appropriate government agencies. This does not guarantee that this money is 100% absolutely yours. What it means is that there is that total dollar amount shown by government agencies under your name and common variations of your name at the last time we had the information available to us was reported as unclaimed and is able to have a claim form submitted to be paid that amount. For more information please read our terms of use by clicking the link above.