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Lost Funds Are Getting Out of Hand

If there is one problem the federal government is sick of handling, it’s the lost funds account that has been building and building well into the billions for years. Right now US Treasury officials are fielding incoming checks, bank accounts and other monetary funds and they don’t quite know what to do with them. These checks and accounts do have a rightful owner, but the money comes in so quickly and there’s just so much of it that returning all of those lost funds to the proper owners would be downright impossible. If you would like to know if you are one of the millions who are owed lost funds, there is a good and simple way to find out.


How to Find Lost Funds

If you want to help find lost funds for the US Treasury and potentially put a little of that cash right in your pocket, you’ll enjoy the fact that you don’t have to go anywhere physically to do it. In the past, you might have had to drive to your state’s capital or call the capital on the phone only to wait on hold for two or three hours. These days, if you have a smartphone, tablet or a home or work computer, you will only have to search for and find the database that was put in place for this very reason. Aptly titled Cash Unclaimed, this database will only ask you for a few details before it tells you instantly whether or not you are the owner of at least part of these lost funds.

Information will be provided on what entity is actually holding onto your money unless for some reason it is classified information, which is very rare. That kind of private information would only be withheld if it was due to being part of a huge inheritance or a government refund. In most cases it will tell you the entity and how to contact them in order to get the funds sent directly to you or your bank account as quickly as possible. In other cases you may have to follow a few more steps to verify your information or identity, especially if the money in question is a rather large amount.

If you don’t think any of this money could possibly belong to you, think again. Have you ever earned a paycheck or purchased anything that was sent from a different state then the one you live in? That is reason enough right there to search and see if any of these funds belong to you. Maybe you had a bank account when you were young before relocating or maybe an old savings bond that you forgot about completely. These are just a few ideas of reasons that you should take a few minutes to conduct an actual search. You never know, there could be money sitting out there under your name in another state due to an inheritance simply because they had no forwarding address or any way to contact you, especially if you married or changed your name for any reason.

Do your part to help find lost funds and finally obtain enough money to buy the latest gadget, take a trip or pay for school. With billions and billions to account for, Treasury officials wish and hope that you’d do just that. They are sick and tired of managing all of these lost funds and would much rather mail you a check or transfer the money right to your bank account. If you could use a little extra this month, log on to Cash Unclaimed and finally put the lost funds mystery to rest.

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