August 13th, 2013
If you have ever researched the phenomenon of unclaimed money, you may have come across one or more success stories. These are always great to hear, as they prove that unclaimed money is a legitimate problem and that the cash and property can actually be recovered. The unclaimed money success stories happen all over the country, but here’s one that recently took place in the great state of Ohio.
A Money Blast From The Past
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May 3rd, 2013
Ohio is drowning in lost funds and the state’s treasurer is quickly swimming towards the state’s life preserver. This life preserver isn’t white, nor is it donut shaped, nor does it float. This life preserver is a database that houses the hundreds of thousands of names that can be found on the Ohio lost funds registry. If you suspect that your name might be on that registry and to claim your lost funds, help Ohio find solid ground by using the life preserver known as Cash Unclaimed.
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March 6th, 2013
The great state of Ohio is losing funds at an alarming rate and the state’ Treasurer, Josh Mandel, finally wants to do something about it. The state is beginning to raise awareness that there are millions of dollars in lost funds being funneled into a special Treasury account. This Ohio lost funds account is designed to keep the money safe until the rightful owners come forward. The money won’t go anywhere until those individuals make themselves known, which Mandel hopes will happen in the coming months.
How Ohio Lost Funds Go Missing
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February 12th, 2013
Every year around 200,000 current and former residents contribute to the state of Ohio’s missing money account. Josh Mandel, the State Treasurer of Ohio, is urging residents to track down missing money in Ohio. With over a billion dollars to content with, Mandel is up to his ears in dollar bills that don’t even belong to him. He wants all of the missing money in Ohio to go back to the rightful owners. Until those residents come forward, he may never get his wish.
The Steps to Track Down Missing Money in Ohio
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October 28th, 2011
It was recently been reported in the Dayton Daily News that Ohio has currently seen a 40% increase in the amount of claims for unclaimed money reported between July and September this year, as compared to last year’s figures.
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