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Claim Money From the Great Colorado Payback

Great Colorado Payback is here to distribute huge unclaimed cash to Coloradans. State Treasurer Cary Kennedy informs that Colorado government is geared up to return about 500,000 Colorado citizens’ unclaimed cash. The rightful owners of the unclaimed cash include many businesses and individuals who have forgotten to claim their rightful dues down the line.

Every year the state distributes about $50millions of unclaimed money but still many people whose names appear on Colorado Payback list do not appear to claim the money owed to them. Till date, the program has benefitted over 220,000 Coloradans by more than $100 million and the authorized give away is still continuing.

Most of the unclaimed cash is in the form of forgotten personal checks, un-availed funds and unclaimed dividends. However, the amount of unclaimed business money is also increasing its share. This amount could be resulting from oil & gas royalties, payroll wages, security deposits, utility deposits or unrealized checks.

How Can You Claim?

Businesses that are willing to claim any amount owed to them will need to provide verification of business’s registered address, along with the signed and notarized claim form. They will also need to prove that the business is still operating and the claimant is authorized to act in its behalf.

Individual willing to stake their claim will need a copy of their driver’s license and verification of their social security number along with a proof of their residential address. Individuals need to check thoroughly about any unclaimed cash not only in their name but also in their family members’ name.

They should not forget that they may be legal heir to their ancestors’ estate. In this case they will have to bring ancestor’s death certificate and a notarized certificate for proving their legality over the estate.

Finding Names in the Growing List

Colorado is going all out to reach the owners of unclaimed cash. However, in spite of the relentless efforts by the state, the list is burgeoning every year. Last year alone 86,000 names were added to the list. Most of the people do not think that it is possible for their names to appear in the list, as they do not remember having forgotten to claim any dividends, insurance claims, tax refund, money orders, etc.

For the Coloradoans and all other Americans who are not sure about whether they could be a beneficiary of Great Colorado Payback, www.cashunclaimed.com provides for an online search where they can key-in their name and find if any unclaimed cash is laying in their name. It is the easiest method to tap an unclaimed treasure rightfully owed to them.

Americans can claim the amount whenever they discover if they have any unclaimed money. It does not have any expiration date. Moreover, they can file as many claims as possible as long as money belongs to them. Till then this huge cache of money is secured with the state treasury. Coloradoans have an easier task at hand as the state itself is willingly offering the cash to its owners.

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