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Help Find Unclaimed Money in Wisconsin

Wisconsin is becoming known for much more than cheese and Green Bay Packers. The state is now hoarding millions of dollars in unclaimed money that must be distributed before the state’s resources are stressed any more than they already are. If you live in Washington or you used to call the mid-western state home, you owe it to yourself to search for some of this Wisconsin unclaimed money. Unless you’re rolling in dough or swimming in a sea of gold coins like Scrooge McDuck, you could probably use a little unclaimed money. Whether it’s ten dollars, a hundred dollars or ten-thousand dollars, that will buy at least a little more than you can afford at the moment. When you consider that searching for and finding unclaimed money in Wisconsin requires a very simple process, you have no excuses at all. Visit Cash Unclaimed and take the simple quiz that will determine if you are owed money or not. Will you receive a passing grade? There’s only one way to find out.


Cash Unclaimed – The Easiest Quiz of All

If you hope to find unclaimed money in Wisconsin, you will need to answer a single question. That’s right, just one. This question has been asked of you many times and you most likely perfected the answer around first grade, maybe even sooner. The answer to this simple question is your name. First name, last name and possibly even your middle name or initial. This is the moniker you were given when you were born into this world and it’s the name you will take with you when you leave. In the meantime, it is the very same name you will use to search for Wisconsin unclaimed money.

You see, a name is all the Treasury has to go by, as most of the Wisconsin unclaimed money being held in the state’s vault consists of checks, money orders, stocks, bonds, estates and IOU’s from the IRS. The fact is, you may find all sorts of money just searching with the single title that your mom/dad or both gave to you at birth. There’s just a single thing left to do. Not only can you help find your own unclaimed money in Wisconsin but you can help family and close friends find money in their families names as well. Wouldn’t it be great to tell your bestie or your Gram that they have money waiting under their names to be claimed? When was the last time you were able to help someone out while helping yourself? So don’t just stop searching under your name, if there is anyone close to you that you might think would be on the list, check it out and then let them know!

When you do find Wisconsin unclaimed money, you will need to prove your identity before you can claim it. This can easily be done with a few forms of ID, like a drivers license or state ID card. Even any form of government ID will usually work like a passport or a certified document. Once you do make the claim, however, you’ll be a little bit – or a lot – richer than you are right now. That alone makes searching for and finding unclaimed money in Wisconsin well worth it. Search today and see how much you have waiting for you. It only takes a moment to find out.

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When you perform a free trial search on CashUnclaimed.com we display the total dollar amount in unclaimed funds that we show reported by the appropriate government agencies. This does not guarantee that this money is 100% absolutely yours. What it means is that there is that total dollar amount shown by government agencies under your name and common variations of your name at the last time we had the information available to us was reported as unclaimed and is able to have a claim form submitted to be paid that amount. For more information please read our terms of use by clicking the link above.