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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August 21st, 2013
They say that everything is bigger in Texas. Texas toast takes up half your plate, a Texas-sized rib-eye most of your table and, heck, even the state is bigger than most in the union (Second only to Alaska). Yet it turns out that toast, steak and the state’s boarders might not be only thing large enough to garner attention from non-Texans everywhere. It turns out that missing funds in Texas are growing ever larger and the size of these errant funds are causing state treasurers to go into a panic.
Missing Funds In Texas Constantly Growing
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April 25th, 2013
Misplaced funds are popping up all over the country and the majority of the owners of these misplaced funds have no idea. That’s because bank closings have led to these misplaced funds and most people assume that when a bank closes, that money goes missing forever. Fortunately for you, you can find misplaced funds with a mere online search. You can thank the FDIC for that privilege.
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April 18th, 2013
Arizona is still missing funds and the state treasury department is calling on all residents to please do their part. If residents want to help find missing funds in Arizona, they can use a special database that will provide them with instant results, as well as a way to claim any Arizona missing funds that may be found. If you suspect that you might be the owner of missing funds in Arizona, you might be interested in the following information.
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March 1st, 2013
With millions of dollars on the line, it appears that Alabama is not out of the missing funds race yet. The state’s Treasury office is being inundated with Alabama missing funds. Abandoned bank accounts, returned rental and utility deposits, child support payments, tax returns and even stock and trade accounts are flowing into Treasury accounts at an alarming rate. This is why the state is putting together an initiative to alert others to the Alabama missing funds problem.
Missing Funds in Alabama – An Answer Must be Found
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January 23rd, 2013
It is important to understand how deposits work so that you can protect yourself in case that money ever comes up missing. While this is a rare occurrence, deposits go missing all the time and most of the time it is actually due to a clerical error either on the part of the bank or the account holder. This is actually pretty common amongst most financial institutions. The most important thing to note is that it is possible to get money back from old deposits. Once you begin to understand how and why these types of situations could happen, investigating an old deposit you made years ago will become a simple process.
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December 27th, 2012
Missing funds turn up all the time in treasury accounts throughout the country and it’s not always clear who the money belongs to. With no identity tied to the money, treasury officials at the state and federal level can only hold onto the money for a certain period of time in the hopes that the rightful owners will come forward. This is why treasury officials are urging all Americans to attempt to find missing funds before the money is deemed completely abandoned, in which case the missing funds will be lost forever. Let’s assume that you do search for and find missing funds in your name? What do you do then? The answer is a simple one. You simply claim those missing funds as your own.
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November 27th, 2012
Have you ever rented an apartment that required a security deposit? It is likely that you had to pay one for a to set up an account for utility service as well. Maybe you needed a new electrical service provider or maybe you had to turn the gas back on. Renters are charged by utility companies with deposits to cover and pad their services until they can trust you better or until you have an established account. This is so the utility company can use the deposit if needed to cover your usage and bill is for any reason you can not afford a payment before your account is closed out. It also helps you build a reputation with the utility companies showing them that you are and have always been a responsible customer, more or less.
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November 9th, 2012
With the conclusion of the Presidential election in this country, it’s time to get back to business. One matter Obama needs to contend with in his next four years in office is the fact that we have millions of missing funds sitting in state and government accounts. We spend so much time talking about overseas spending and outsourcing and other economic subjects and, while those matters are of course important, we hear nothing about how to claim missing funds. Why isn’t anyone talking about this matter, especially when it could help so many Americans and possibly put our economy back on track?
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October 30th, 2012
Do you know how much money is in your bank account? Do you know how much money is in your savings accounts? Believe it or not, millions of Americans are missing money. Even if you think you keep a tight watch over your spending, bills and expenses you may not be monitoring other avenues where missing funds come into play. This money is being held in state and federal accounts and yet it belongs to citizens just like you.
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