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Here is another story about found money

You often see or hear about people being reunited with their money. You never think it could happen to you, but it can. Read on for a North Carolina story.

The North Carolina State Treasurer’s office is holding more than $500 million in unclaimed property.

Bill Isley, much to his astonishment was told the state had approximately $3,650.00 for him to claim. The money was from a sport utility vehicle he sold more than 10 years ago.

Per Isley, the transaction just got misplaced, he moved on into a new job and things just got lost in the shuffle. This is the typical scenario for lost money.

Now is the time to do your own search for unclaimed money. It could happen to you; Oprah Winfrey stated 9 out of 10 Americans have unclaimed money. It is also reported that unclaimed money and unclaimed property is in excess of $25 Billion dollars. This money is being held by the government, sitting and waiting to be claimed. Your free money search is simple, enter your name, find your money and claim it.

Other common types of unclaimed property are:

 *  Savings and checking accounts
*  Safe deposit box contents
*  Stocks, mutual funds, bonds, and dividends
*  IRS refunds
*  Wages
*  Child support payments
*  Matured or terminated insurance policies
*  Estates
*  Mineral interests and royalty payments
*  Trust funds and escrow accounts

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