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More than $35 Billion Available

The U.S. Federal and state governments combined currently hold more than $35 billion in unclaimed money and property. This site helps you find assets that may be yours or your family members. Search now to see if you are owed unclaimed money.

Every U.S. state manages unclaimed fund programs that oversee unclaimed property and assets that have either been forgotten or left in the name of someone who is already deceased. Many of our visitors have found hundreds, even thousands of dollars they never knew they had.

Types of Unclaimed Property

Unclaimed property can consist of anything earned from employment, any financial stocks in your name, any property that you inherited from relatives, or any overpaid bills in which you are entitled to receive the extra balance.

Safe deposit boxes
Bank accounts
Stocks and bonds
Insurance policies
Trust funds and dividends
CDs and mutual funds
Uncashed checks
Wages
Utility bills and tax refunds

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