July 1st, 2013
Floridians across the state are searching for unclaimed funds and treasurers are rejoicing because the missing money problem may actually be solved in our lifetime. Florida funds have long been growing out of control. The state’s treasury estimates that the department receives upwards of a million dollars a year in Florida funds. With all of that money to manage, it becomes nearly impossible to return all of those funds to the rightful owners. That is why treasurers are now turning to an online database that can help residents find funds in Florida using nothing more than a first and last name.
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June 13th, 2013
If you’re thinking about heading down to Alabama, now is your chance because residents everywhere are attempting to find funds in Alabama the easy way: through the use of the Internet. There are millions of dollars to be located and it all belongs to the hardworking men and women of the state, and those that used to reside there. This money comes from errant paychecks, misplaced bank accounts and 401K accounts, unclaimed child support and more. If you want to try to find funds in Alabama, you are encouraged to log into a massive database known as Cash Unclaimed.
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May 1st, 2013
With the recent tragedy in Boston, many families may be looking for a little help to make ends meet. The government is also trying to free up as many funds in Boston as possible to help aid with these tragedies as well. Not only is the State struggling to do this but many Americans across the nation are digging deep to give to charities for horrible tragedies like the one in Texas as well as Boston. If the individuals who want to give as much as they can found extra money under their name lying around then they would have even more money to donate and help out with.
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March 7th, 2013
Before you can sign up for a utility service – water, gas or any other– you typically have to leave a deposit, especially if you don’t have a positive history with any other utility. The idea is that the deposit will cover the utility in case you can’t pay your bill for whatever reason. It’s meant to act in the place of trust. Once you build up enough of a positive history with a utility company, the deposit becomes less or it becomes unnecessary altogether. It’s when you have to deactivate your utility service and the company returns your utility deposits to you that things get tricky.
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February 28th, 2013
Everyone who pays taxes, owns or used to own a bank account and otherwise uses money should know how to find and claim money. When you are able to find and claim money, you are actually helping out the local and federal treasurers whose job it is to reunite the rightful owners of unclaimed money with all sums that may have been lost. You are also helping out the economy. Lastly, you’re helping yourself. When you know how to find and claim money that might otherwise have remained missing, you will put more money in your own pocket.
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January 22nd, 2013
There is a Kansas unclaimed money problem occurring in the state right now and state Treasurer Ron Estes is urging all current and former residents to try and find money in Kansas. This money originates from things like court deposits, dormant checking and savings accounts, insurance benefits, oil and gas royalties, safe deposit box contents, stocks and cash dividends, utility deposits, lost wages as well as many other reasons.
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December 12th, 2012
Many people dream of finding money. Men and women trail up and down beaches with metal detectors and people used to pan for gold in rivers during the gold rush. If you have ever dreamed of finding money, you don’t have to hit the beach or go panning for gold in the California mountains. Instead, you can start right now by searching for money on the Internet?
While it may seem far-fetched, it is in fact possible to find money online. You may be wondering whose money this is and why you would be able to find it. The crazy part is that this money may already belong to you. Furthermore, it is just waiting for you to come claim it.
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June 3rd, 2011
There are a few secret tools and tips to find unclaimed money that many do not already know, which could bring untold amounts of added income into one’s home. Many times people are completely unaware of the fact that they can find unclaimed money that has been simply sitting and waiting to be claimed. Having the right resources made available to complete a search is imperative for going through the proper means of reacquiring money that has been held in awaiting for the rightful owner to claim it as their own. Keep reading to find out what these tools and tips are in order to start finding out what money may be available to you.
The first tool in assisting one find unclaimed money
is a proper search service like UnclaimedCash.com. Services like this can allow access to databases across the country in varying lengths of time, stating exactly how much is being held and the proper means to go about starting the process to have the money sent to one’s self. One of the best tips to find unclaimed money is to utilize a database like this so that one does not have to go through rigorous extremes to track down money at the various locations it may be being held.Before you begin your search there are a few other things to keep in mind as far as tips are concerned. Make sure that you are at least 18 years of age and that you are currently living inside of the United States in order to qualify to receive payments in this form. You also have to be a U.S. citizen to be given money that has been being held awaiting your claim of rightful ownership. If you do not meet these qualifications, performing a search would not be in your best interest or worth your time.Some ask of how they are to find unclaimed money that they are unaware of being owed in the first place, for most people are pretty much on top of any money that is owed to them. The answer is pretty simple to understand, for lots of times there are circumstances and situations where money is given up on from those that it is owed to and just forgotten about or written off. Over time this amount can considerably grow into a substantial bit of money. Lots of times when people move they tend to forget about money that is owed from old employers and do not remember to transfer their official address to their new location that they are moving to.There are also other circumstances and situations that may tend to leave a substantial amount of cash in holding for the time when it is to be located and claimed by the one that is owed it. Whenever an insurance claim expires and the address is different than the one listed by the post office, this amount is returned to the financial institution that issued it in the first place. They are unable to cash the check to you themselves, so they are eventually required to send the money to be held for the time being until it is discovered. This also applies to whenever a bank account is closed or when a job has been left with money being owed still.One of the best tips to find unclaimed money
is to perform a search through a reputable service, such as UnclaimedCash.com, if you have ever entered the work force as an adult. If you have ever held a banking account or had a distant relative pass away, chances are that money may be waiting to be acquired. As long as the criteria is being met as far as age and location, there really are no reasons not to try to take a look yourself. Over the years, the amount of cash that has to be held until it is claimed can really grow to exponential amounts.
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