With the conclusion of the Presidential election in this country, it’s time to get back to business. One matter Obama needs to contend with in his next four years in office is the fact that we have millions of missing funds sitting in state and government accounts. We spend so much time talking about overseas spending and outsourcing and other economic subjects and, while those matters are of course important, we hear nothing about how to claim missing funds. Why isn’t anyone talking about this matter, especially when it could help so many Americans and possibly put our economy back on track?
The Missing Funds Mystery
The reason nobody is talking about missing funds is because the problem is very hard to track. There are billions of dollars in state and federal accounts all over the country. These come from child support payments, utility and rental deposits, bank accounts, entire estates and many, many more. The problem is incredibly hard to track and because of that treasury officials’ hands are tied. They don’t know what to do.
Right now you could be the owner of millions of dollars in unclaimed money? More likely, you have tens, hundreds or thousands of dollars waiting for you. The average amount found is generally around a thousand dollars for the everyday American. How much do you have waiting for you? The only way to find out is to search online for missing funds using your first and last name. If you find money online in your name it is easier then hitting the lottery!
It has never been easier to search for money that may have been missing for years. That old paycheck you never cashed, the insurance settlement you never received from that accident three years ago, or even that old bank account in Maine you thought you closed right before you moved – these are all instances where you might have missing funds waiting for you.
Hopefully the President will address the missing funds mystery in his upcoming address, but it’s not likely. This will continue to be a problem that is swept under the rug. That is why it is up to you, as an American, to search for missing funds and then tell everyone you know about the problem. We might be able to cure this problem once and for all, helping the country and the economy get back to how things used to be. And if you can put more money in your pocket in the meantime with a little missing money (or a lot), there is nothing wrong with that, is there?