North Carolina is chock-full of lost funds and even South Carolina is envious of how much cash its northern counterpart is keeping on hand. The money comes at just the right time, too, with the state’s residents just now feeling the pinch from the slow economic recovery the country has been experiencing since the last recession. Now, struggling North Carolina residents will finally be able to get their hands on some or all of the loot they once had possession of; but happened to lose somewhere along the way. If you think you might have lost funds in North Carolina coming to you, it’s about time you did something about it. Here is how to find the funds that rightfully belong to you.
There is currently billions of dollars in unclaimed money. Find your unclaimed property now:
Triangle Transit of North Carolina is owed over $25,000 in unclaimed money! When was the last time you searched for your unclaimed money? Enter your first and last name in the form above. We will search our entire lost money database and return the amount of unclaimed property or other unclaimed money we locate which may prove to make you rich!
As of a last estimate, “The North Carolina Department of State Treasurer holds nearly $600 million in unclaimed property”. This roughly translates into one in eight North Carolinians have unclaimed money lying with the state treasury.
In the past year, over $39 million in unclaimed property has been returned. Like most of the other states, North Carolina’s unclaimed property consists of bank accounts, wages, utility deposits, insurance policy proceeds, stocks, bonds, and contents of safe deposit boxes that typically have been abandoned for one to five years.
According to the State Constitution, the interest earnings on the fund go to needy and worthy North Carolina public university and community college students.