August 8th, 2012
Are you looking for free money? You are not alone! 7 in 10 Americans have some form of unclaimed money, and they are unaware!
The best way that I have found is with CashUnclaimed.com, the LARGEST unclaimed money database in the world! They are offering FREE unclaimed money searches open to the public!
Click HERE if you want to search for your FREE MONEY today!
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May 8th, 2012
Would you like to find unclaimed money that really belongs to you. You might have found this website through an online advertisement about unclaimed money. If you really what to know how to find unclaimed money, an unclaimed money website is about the only source you have to locate money that really belongs to you. How would you ever know if you have money owed you if those agencies and holders of unclaimed money are not legally obligated to inform you about money that you have owed to you? That is why looking to find unclaimed money can only start on a website that has access to government and social financial networks that keep an accounting of taxpayers or of anyone who have used a social security number to buy anything in The United States.
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March 26th, 2012
Almost every American has some unclaimed money waiting for them. Unclaimed money is extremely common among Americans, and the national amount keeps growing at an exponential pace.
To find your unclaimed money, use the best unclaimed money website in the world, CashUnclaimed.com. Log on today for a FREE unclaimed money search!
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February 14th, 2012
What a better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than with finding some extra FREE money??
Go to CashUnclaimed.com TODAY and enter coupon code: CUPID2012, good for one FREE unclaimed money search.
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December 20th, 2011
With all these unclaimed money websites appearing now, its hard to distinguish which ones are legitimate, and which ones are a scam, trying to either get your information or your money.
I recently came across a great article on CashUnclaimed.com, one of the unclaimed money databases that has been around the longest. This article explains a lot about the company, their motivates, and really validates that it is not a scam company.
It seems many have found success finding unclaimed money with CashUnclaimed.com. They are upfront about any costs, and also offer a money-back guarantee. The website is even McAfee secure! This definitely doesn’t sound like a scam to me!
This is a preview of: Unclaimed Money Website Scam?
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July 5th, 2009
If you feel the concept of free unclaimed money was a myth, then you need to give it a second thought, because according to a recent survey there are billions of dollars lying in the US treasury in the form of free unclaimed money.
This is not all for the volume of free unclaimed money is growing at an unprecedented rate across the United States of America with each state contributing its share.
In order to get your share of free unclaimed money, all you need to do is file a claim and reclaim your dues. You never know, you might become rich by simply unearthing your hidden property and pave way for the others to follow suit.
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April 19th, 2006
It has happened before and here it is again. A State Treasurer advertising unclaimed property in an attempt to get his name and face into public view.
North Carolina State Treasurer Richard Moore is contemplating running for governor. This is not uncommon, we all want to move up in our jobs.
Currently he is using escheat money to pay for television ads to raise awareness of the escheat fund. What is the escheat fund? It is a pool of unclaimed money from abandoned bank accounts, unclaimed utility deposits and other sources.
This is a preview of: Mixing politics with unclaimed property.
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March 22nd, 2006
When you read about people claiming cash you may wonder “How could they lose it?”. This news may add to your concern since we are talking about a baseball team able to claim money the state is holding.
According to the Boston Herald, the Boston Red Sox will be claiming $7,288 in abandoned property that Massachusetts State Treasurer Tim Cahill is holding for the team.
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March 1st, 2006
If you ever wondered if it was too good to be true…
Are you a mystery shopper wanna be? There are many enticing advertisements and internet sites to choose from, but which do you respond to? Which ones are the real thing?
Here are some tips:
Most mystery shopping firms give applicants a test. The test can be for basic things like spelling and grammar, but also more subtle things like observational skills and the ability to duplicate an order.
Companies want detail-oriented people who can follow explicit instructions. They need people who are observant and can collect the data the companies have requested.
This is a preview of: Some tips for those that want to become a mystery shopper.
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February 14th, 2006
Who wins in this situation? The consumer or “the system”? Getting credit is very easy today and many take advantage of the endless offers only to end up in a bankruptcy situation. Now laws on bankruptcy have changed and are more difficult for the consumer.
Often laws and regulations are implemented to address a situation that only the minority of people are involved in and does not take into account what the majority of consumers are actually doing. Then the law penalizes the majority for the minority’s errors or stupidity.
Here is a question regarding such a situation which was posed to the Bankruptcy Advisor at Bankrate.com
This is a preview of: Credit card companies encourage people to take on debt.
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