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How To Search For Unclaimed Money

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How To Search For Unclaimed Money

One of my biggest gripes concerning unclaimed money is the way the popular media tells us to search for unclaimed money. They have listened to the “so called” experts and government officials who have been misleading the public for many many years.

From my 17 years experience helping people search and find money owed to them, I read multiple websites directing people to a certain website which is suppose to be the end all for free unclaimed money searches. The truth is, if you buy into this inaccurate information, you may be leaving thousands on the table. If the media would simply read their FAQ, they would know all claims are not listed in these online unclaimed money databases. In fact, certain dollar amounts are never listed on this site, and for this reason, I will not even dignify the site with a link. I DO NOT want anyone to waste their time if they cannot find every dime owed to them.

Worse than this are the dozens of unclaimed money search sites which buy lists from the government and place them in their databases for a monthly subscription fee or per search charge. These sites are a joke and you should absolutely stay away from them. Just keep in mind there is only one official site for each state which has all claims listed.

Even worse than worse, some sites offer initially free unclaimed money search results just to lure you into their sites only to find out the claim is not your and only someone with the same name.

I hate this stuff and will show you the absolute correct way to search for your lost money and property.

When you conduct a government unclaimed property search, you must know the official website to search. You must know how to search correctly, and you must know how to find the claims many states appear to be hiding from you. Listen, many states have good reason not to list certain claims online. They are balancing their state budgets with our money and they do not want us to find. For this reason, there are certain steps you must to when searching to ensure you are finding every penny.

Luckily, there are people like myself who are spilling the beans and opening the doors so you can rest 100% knowing you have searched for all of your unclaimed property and money.

If you have questions about how to find your money, please call first. My phone number is located at UnclaimedMoney.net

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How To Find and Search Unclaimed Money

Have you heard about unclaimed money?

Did I hear you say yes?

It is amazing to me how many people have heard of unclaimed money but have NEVER searched.

Today is your opportunity to find your money, but you must do what the average person will not do, and this is to TAKE ACTION NOW. Do not put it off! It is important to not get distracted! Simply, imagine how happy your family will be when you find money owed to you!

My best guess is most people believe good things never happen to them. The truth regarding how to find unclaimed money is the odds are better than any table in Vegas you will find something owed to you or your family in just a few short minutes of searching.

For a complete guide on How To Find Unclaimed Money, there is a new release on Amazon.com which shows you how to find every penny of the billions of dollars waiting to be claimed nationwide.

Go to How-To-Find-Unclaimed-Money.com to grab your copy of the newly released books from Amazon on how to find unclaimed money in your state.

From how to find unclaimed money to how to find unclaimed money for free, people want to know how to claim their cash being held by the government. The steps for how to find unclaimed money in your name are as simple as one two, three and you can have a check in the mail within 6-12 weeks.

When I am asked how to find unclaimed funds, some want to know how to find unclaimed savings bonds and how to find unclaimed money free. That’s where my specialty jumps into the Frey. I have been assisting Americans in finding their unclaimed cash since 1997, and my expertise will help you avoid getting scammed and show you the absolute AND FINAL way to search and find every penny due your family and friends.

How to find unclaimed property is the same as how to find out if you have unclaimed to money. The process is the same, you simply need to know how and where to search.

Find out if I have unclaimed money, run a search for me, Russ Johnson,  if you find something, I will pay you a 10% finders fee. Chances are you will not find any money for me, as I search at least every other month. You should too, as millions are added year round. Even if you do not find a claim today, you could literally come back tomorrow and a claim be listed!!!

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UNCLAIMED MONEY IN AMERICA

Though I will be introducing each book separately, I wanted to go ahead and release all 50 books just released on Amazon.com

Be sure to read your states description for important information.

Alabama Unclaimed Money: How To Find (Missing Money & Unclaimed Property in America

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Amazon publisher Russ Johnson

If Suze Orman says it, then it must be true, right?

Well, yes!

Truth is, whether Suze says it or not, unclaimed money and property has been around since 1955. Americans are simply just now beginning to believe what they have heard for so long is really true.

It is recommended American citizens search for unclaimed money in their names as well asnliving and deceased relatives at least once per year. Many believe that because they have searchedbonce and found nothing, they do not have to seach for money again. Not true says unclaimed money expert Russ Johnson…”truth is, if you search today and find nothing, this does not mean you should stop searching. In fact, you could conduct another search the next day and find a claim because millions of dollars are added to unclaimed money databases year round”.

For more information on how to find every penny due to you and your famoly members, please visit UNCLAIMED MONEY.NET

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With the weak dollar and the current state of the US economy, quick extra cash would most certainly be a blessing for most Americans right now. A recent story in “The Independent” reported that a record 28 million Americans are relying on food stamps to survive. Is this The Great Depression ’08? Not quite, but across the U.S, rising fuel, the housing slump and national credit crunch is forcing Americans to make lifestyle changes. Fact is, more and more people all over the country are working extra hours and looking for ways earn a few more bucks to make ends meet. Ironically, a lot of them might not have to look any further than their State Treasury Department. Not many people are aware that they are owed money by the government but it’s a fact. Residents of the 50 states are owed over $30 billion spread-out among the individual Treasury Departments and New York State’s unclaimed money account is one of the biggest.

State unclaimed money can come from various sources for various reasons. 17,000 Albany residents for example, have yet to cash their property tax rebate checks amounting to $5.6 million. Any unclaimed checks will get turned-over to the State Comptroller on March 2009 as NY State unclaimed money. WXXi recently reported that Monroe County has 40 uncashed checks waiting for it in the New York State Comptroller’s office. “For confidentiality reasons I can’t tell you the exact amount, but the funds on all the claims range from less than $50 to several thousand dollars.” Emily DeSantis of the Comptroller’s office said.

According to NY State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli in a Queens Gazette report in Sept. ’08, a total of $9 billion in NY unclaimed money and property are just waiting to be claimed by their rightful owners- most of whom are unaware they’re have unclaimed funds in their name. This might include 440,000 resident retirees and disabled veterans who haven’t filed for their tax stimulus in the various counties of the Empire State. “Most people only need to file a tax return as they normally do,” Dianne Besunder, spokeswoman for the IRS says in Schenectady’s Daily Gazette. “We will calculate eligibility and payment amount. However, many retirees and veterans do not normally file a tax return because their benefits are not taxable. This year, they must file in order to receive an economic stimulus payment.”

Those that have heard about unclaimed property money usually don’t bother to check thinking it’s too much of a fuss. These are the reasons why the money is piling-up. On Monday this week, ABC’s WSYR helped dozens of Central New Yorkers find over $11,000 of their missing money. Four callers on “The Morning News” found-out they had at least $1,000 NY unclaimed money in their name.

The New York State’s Unclaimed Property Law require that lost assets in the hands of businesses and financial institutions be turned-over to the state after a ‘dormancy period’ of 2-5 years depending on the type of asset. The Empire State has one of the biggest fines (up to $50,000) for failure to ‘escheat’ or turn over abandoned assets. These can be uncashed checks and money orders, insurance policies, stock dividends, long-dormant bank accounts, safe deposit box contents and other financial assets. The state then holds on to them until the rightful owners show-up. There’s no time limit as to when owners of unclaimed money can claim their cash, but doing an unclaimed property search in New York would be the more sensible thing to do especially in light of a recent news report about a man getting arrested for stealing New York unclaimed money.

The North County Gazette reported July last year that an owner of a Brooklyn processing company was charged with defrauding over $32,000 New York unclaimed money from the state. He did this by posing as the rightful owners of the funds using personal confidential information like Social Security numbers which he had access to in his line of work. He was a licensed process server and CEO of the company. There was another case just last month in Delaware about an employee with the State government doing the same thing. Reports like this just stresses the urgency for people to do an unclaimed money search in New York and other states to check if they are owed cash that should be in their pockets and not going to those of other people’s.

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The economic stimulus checks the IRS sent under the Bush administration were a big relief for scores of Americans currently having trouble with the rising costs of fuel, groceries and the current state of the US economy. These, combined with tax cuts do make things easier for taxpayers across the country. Sadly, a lot of North Carolina’s senior citizens and disabled still don’t know they qualify for the tax credit- leaving $2.45 million of North Carolina unclaimed money from unclaimed tax stimulus checks.


“The biggest concern the IRS has is getting these people to claim the money they’re entitled to,” Mark Hanson, spokesman for the IRS says in an August newsreport on NC unclaimed money. “If they’re eligible for benefits, we want them to get them. … We just want to tell them, ‘Look, the money is there. It’s yours. Go get it.’” Lucy Gorham of Chapel Hill advocacy group MDC Inc. says it’s a national issue: “And I think the IRS has been surprised at how much money is left unclaimed. … But when you have a group of seniors not filing tax returns, that’s logical to me. Social Security isn’t taxed, and all those Social Security recipients might not even know they’re eligible.

These unclaimed stimulus checks, along with NC unclaimed property money from lost asset like uncashed checks, languishing stocks, dormant bank accounts and insurance and pension benefits add-up to the State of North Carolina unclaimed money pile currently worth over half a billion dollars.

According to Heather Franco of the NC Treasurer’s Office, “The North Carolina Department of State Treasurer holds nearly $700 million in unclaimed property.” In a report done by The Daily Vidette on state unclaimed property, she goes on to say that there are a million unclaimed property accounts in the North Carolina unclaimed property database. NC has a population of around 8 million people, so that translates to 1 out of every 8 North Carolina resident having unclaimed property money coming to them.

Curt McDuffee of Cary, NC was reunited with $1,365 worth of North Carolina unclaimed funds from an overpayment when his now late mother was admitted in a hospital several years ago. “After we get it, I’ll split it with my brother, and I’ll take my lovely wife out to dinner with part of it, and we’re planning to donate the rest of it to our church,” the elated McDuffee says in a WRAL report. The NC TV station was responsible for getting the NC resident in touch with his missing money.

The reason the North Carolina unclaimed money has piled-up is because most owners of unclaimed money in NC aren’t even aware they’re missing money in the first place. Anybody can be owed unclaimed property, so all residents should do an on-line unclaimed money search and check if they have NC unclaimed funds in their name. With high fuel prices and national credit crunch plaguing the US, now is as good a time as any.

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An interesting way to make money online is by helping others find unclaimed money which they may have never found otherwise.

Truth is, it’s not difficult to find claims if you desire to operate as a finder. Finders charge a percentage of the claim, which is typically 10%.

Grab all the details on the unclaimed money affiliate program.

In addition to learning how to  find your own claims, you will discover how to run an unclaimed money home based business.

It’s fun, has little overhead, and allows an unbelievable amount of free time.

Here’s one way you can make money with unclaimed money.

Step 1. Develop a list of $3000+ claims.

Step 2. Find the current address of the rightful owner utilizing resources like whitepages.com. (few people do not leave a paper trail)

- In certain circumstances, especially on large claims ($10,000+), which may be difficult to find, it’s worth hiring a professional to find the person for you. In fact, if you plan to expand your business, developing a relationship with similar companies can be very beneficial. You could spend your time locating claims, whiler partnering or outsourcing finding the rightful owners current addresses. http://www.peopletrace.com/ is one such company.

Step 3. Sign agreement with the recipient.

Step 4. File claim

Step 5. Collect a check.

It’s possible to earn hundreds of dollars with only a few phone calls.

That’s it!

If you already market products online, you will find the UnclaimedMoney.net affiliate program a big winner!

70% payout.

You’ll know how to find your personal claims, as well as how to operate a home business as an unclaimed money finder.

Happy hunting!