Treasurers across the country are now focusing on unclaimed child support as another source of funds that desperately need to be returned to the rightful owners. If you have been ordered to pay child support or if you have paid support at any time in the past, you might have contributed to the 2014 unclaimed child support problem. If you have ever received child support for little ones that you are – or were – in charge of, you may also have contributed to the problem. Both parties are encouraged to visit a nationwide database called Cash Unclaimed to find and claim unclaimed child support that may be owed to them.
Cash Unclaimed – A Locator of Unclaimed Child Support
If you think you might be able to claim unclaimed child support, point your favorite Internet browser to Cash Unclaimed and fill in the required basic information. The site will ask for your first and last name, as well as an email address so that your unclaimed child support search results can be sent to you and you only. These pieces of identifying information will be used to conduct a 2014 unclaimed child support search.
Most people who have unclaimed child support coming to them have no idea the money even exists. Some parents paid too much into the system and now have a refund coming to them and some didn’t collect enough child support money, leaving a surplus in the child’s account. At any rate, when Cash Unclaimed comes up with a positive result, most people are pleasantly surprised.
If you find 2014 unclaimed child support, you can claim any money coming to you by verifying your identity and by specifying where you would like the payment sent. With billions of dollars in unclaimed child support yet to be claimed and returned to parents from one coast to the other, there is a good chance that Cash Unclaimed may yield a positive result for you. Collect it today and let’s make 2014 the year to rid the country of the unclaimed child support problem once and for all.