Montana residents and those who recently moved away, listen up. The state is currently involved in a lost escrow crisis. Homeowners, those who have recently sold their homes and even real estate agents may have lost escrow amounts waiting for them. If you suspect that you may have a sum waiting for you, there’s one very simple way to find out. The site is called Cash Unclaimed and you are encouraged to visit if you want to find lost escrow amounts in about 2.5 seconds.
What is Lost Escrow?
Lost escrow amounts indicate errant sums of money that have been left behind after an escrow account has been emptied. You can think of escrow as putting money on hold for a little while. It’s commonly used by home buyers and sellers who wish to put the money ‘in limbo’ until the final deal goes through. The problem is that in some cases not all of the money is removed from an escrow account after the deal is finalized. This means that homeowners, buyers and real estate agents everywhere may be missing out on big money. Luckily, that money doesn’t go anywhere. It remains part of a lost escrow fund that is controlled by the Treasury, and one that can be searched by anyone who feels that they may have left money behind at some point in time.
Searching for Lost Escrow Amounts
To find out if you are owed lost escrow for any reason, log onto Cash Unclaimed and follow the simple directions. You will be asked to enter your first and last name, as well as your email address. In seconds you will find out if you do in fact have any lost escrow in Montana waiting for you in any types of accounts. All you have to do then is collect.
With billions in holding, this could be a very lucky day for you. Search Cash Unclaimed, recoup any lost escrow amounts you may have coming to you and spread the word so that others can find their own sums of money, if those sums do exist. With eight in ten people in the U.S. owed at least some form of unclaimed funds, there’s a good chance that lost escrow could be yours. Search Cash Unclaimed today and find out.