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More on Washington Mutual Pay-Outs of Lost Funds

March 3rd, 2014

Washington Mutual, otherwise known as WaMu, filed for bankruptcy back in 2008, but not before the failing bank issued a statement that many of its customers would be issued a lost funds pay-out of $9.8 million. If you had deposits in a WaMu bank, bonds or any other type of account, you are encouraged to search for that money immediately. You don’t have to search the Washington Mutual bankruptcy files and you don’t even need to contact JP Morgan, which purchased WaMu a few years ago. To find Washington Mutual pay-outs that may be owed to you, visit Cash Unclaimed, use your first and last name, and provide an email address to discover the truth to this expensive mystery.

Washington Mutual Sitting on Millions in Bank Pay-Outs

January 17th, 2011

Many are owed bank pay-outs from Washington Mutual. With Washington Mutual going into the history books, many of its customers might be entitled to one last withdrawal coming into their mailbox. Millions of dollars held in accounts which have been dormant at the time of its bankruptcy have been transferred to the states’ unclaimed property offices.

J.P. Morgan Chase purchased Washington Mutual in 2008 after its failure to serve the interests of its customers. The Federal Deposit Insurance Company (FDIC) which was the supervising agency in the seizure of Washington Mutual handed over at least $251.4 million in unclaimed money to different states.

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