Unclaimed Money In America

Posted: October 31, 2008 by unclaimedmoney in Uncategorized

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Posted: January 20, 2014 by unclaimedmoney in Uncategorized

This is not a get rich scheme, it takes work to make penny stocks really work, but you can make big money if you do not mind sitting in front of a computer all day.


The Penny Stock Prophet released this program several years ago and I have heard many who have had success utilizing the info he supplies daily in his newlsetter. I have not tried penny stocks, but my reader Stan asked if I knew of any programs, so I posted this on my blog.

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SOURCE: keyetv.com
Almost $4 billion is just sitting around waiting for its owners. That’s the case at the Texas’ unclaimed property program. On Tuesday workers helped people who live in Travis County search for funds. In fact Texas Comptroller Susan Combs says there’s around $99 million in unclaimed money in Travis County. That includes things like deposits, refunds and other money you may not know is yours.

Read More at: http://www.keyetv.com/news/features/top-stories/stories/billions-waiting-claimed-texas-15038.shtml

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Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller announced today that the Unclaimed Property Division has recently broken its record for the most claims paid in a single calendar year.  With more than $58 million in claims paid, the division has beaten its goal of breaking the 2006 record which stood at $53.9 million.

In total, the state’s unclaimed property database holds more than $380 million in assets.  In 2012, the Attorney General’s Office returned 85,150 properties totaling $44.8 million in unclaimed property. To date this year, 93,615 properties valued at $58,480,934.88 has been returned.

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Idaho Has $120 Millions Dollars Unclaimed

Posted: December 8, 2013 by unclaimedmoney in Idaho Unclaimed

“Over $120 Million in Unclaimed Idaho Property”

Have you ever found money between the cushions on your couch and felt like you had just won the lottery?


Can you imagine what it would feel like to not just find a $5 or $20 dollar bill, but the possibility of thousands you could put into your pocket?

Though there are claims in every state to be made, it is a good day to be from Idaho! It is reported there is over $120 BILLION dollars waiting to be claimed right now.

You can read the story here

BUT wait! Don’t you want to know how to search?

Don’t you want to know if money is owed to you?

Click here to find your lost money in Idaho and see if you can get that feeling which is billions times stronger than any change you might find in your couch.


It is hard to believe Christmas is just 58 days away!

It is a happy time for most, but also a stressful time due to lack of funds.

This is where we can help! Finding unclaimed money for Christmas is fast and easy but you must search now to ensure your funds arrive before Christmas.

You can search anytime of year of course, and we recommend you search at least once per year, but why wait until the last minute to find unclaimed money for yourself, family members  and friends?

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Indiana Unclaimed Money Search

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Indiana unclaimed money now totals over $350 million

According to the State office, “we have millions of dollars in lost or forgotten assets from dormant bank accounts, uncashed checks, valuables left in safe deposit boxes and stock certificates. Because these properties were considered abandoned and unclaimed by the bank or company entrusted with them, they are turned over to the state, as required by law. The Michigan Department of Treasury is the custodian of these assets and returns them to their owners (or the owners’ heirs) when they are rightfully claimed. ”

There is nothing quite like finding money you didn’t know existed.

Maybe your deceased family member had a deposit box the rest of the family didn’t know about. Maybe they had some stocks or bonds. It is absolutely amazing how we have allowed nearly 40 Billion dollars to become lost nationwide and unbelievably, this number just keeps rising.

It is important you search for your Michigan unclaimed money and property at least once per year. Do not make the mistake of searching only once and forgetting about your Michigan unclaimed assets. Millions are added year round, so jump to it and search.

Also, be sure to search for living and deceased family members unclaimed money list. Yes, you can make a claim on deceased relatives if you are the next rightful heir.

Lastly, do NOT buy into the hype of there being a central database for you to find your lost money. The fact is, it simply does not exist. In fact, the one website the media keeps directing users to DOES NOT list all possible claims. I will show you how to find every stinking penny owed to you whether the government wants you to find it or not.

I will wrap this post up by saying…don;t you find it interesting when we owe the government, they have no trouble finding us, but when they owe us money, they can’t seem to locate us?

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Finding unclaimed money in New York is fun!


Conduct your New York Unclaimed Money Search

Sometimes we get so busy in our lives looking for that ‘something’ that will make it all worthwhile. We get so engrossed in our day-to-day tasks that most of us don’t notice that what we’re looking for is right there under our noses. No, I’m not trying to be the Dalai Lama or Dr. Phil talking about divine peace or everlasting love. What I’m talking about, though less spiritual, is nevertheless significant in our life and will most probably catch your attention as much as anything a religious leader or a cultural icon will say.

I’m talking about money. $11 billion in New York unclaimed money and property, to be precise, just waiting to be reunited with thousands of their owners who are most likely busy trying to make money, ironically. According to State Comptroller for New York, Thomas P. DiNapoli, “We want to return unclaimed funds to their rightful owners. The money belongs to New Yorkers. We want to give it back.”

There is are statutes across the country called Unclaimed Property Laws or escheat laws that require businesses and financial entities to hand-over lost and abandoned financial assets like uncashed checks, forgotten bank accounts, unused gift certificates or cards, uncollected salaries, unredeemed insurance policies, stock dividends, safe-deposit bank contents and other funds to each individual State Treasury Departments after a specific ‘idle’ time called the ‘dormancy period’. This period varies depending on the state. In New York though, it’s either 2 or 5 years depending on the type of asset. The size of the New York unclaimed money pile is one of the biggest in the country. The money goes into the state’s Unclaimed Property Fund where it stays until the rightful owner comes to claim it.

When people change their address, get new jobs, or marry and change their last names, they sometimes forget to leave a notice for the financial institutions like the IRS or their banks. Undelivered mail results and the tax refund checks or finance notices then don’t reach their intended recipient and are sent back to sender. The more hectic a person’s career is therefore, the more likely it is that he’ll lose track of his financial assets. With the notorious hustle and bustle of New York, it’s not surprising it is home to so much unclaimed money and property.

“More people have unclaimed funds than they think,” says the senior manager for financial consulting juggernaut KPMG’s Allison Iavarone in a recent report on missing money by New York’s The Daily News. Surprisingly, Madonna, the Yankees, the Mets, Justin Timberlake, P. Diddy, Michael Bloomberg, Billy Joel, and Bob Dylan have all turned-up on a list of New York State unclaimed property owners.

Everyone should search for lost assets especially if they have a lot of relatives or if they’ve had a busy professional life. Valerie Jundt, a senior manager at tax consulting firm Deloitte & Touche advised, “You should check the state where you’ve lived and last resided.”

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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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Indiana Unclaimed Money List

Indiana unclaimed money alone now totals over $350 million

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Indiana Unclaimed Money: How To Find (Missing Money & Unclaimed Property In America)

Did you know there is only one official Indiana unclaimed money website?

Each year states across the country, including Indiana, take in more unclaimed property than they return to the rightful owners, leading to piles of cash totaling tens of billions of dollars. Indiana unclaimed money alone now totals over $350 million, and the money is there for the taking if the citizens it belongs to can just locate it and step forward to claim it.

Some sites online appear to be out to take your money rather than help you find it. Oh yeah, they look official with all the seals and promises, but if you read the fine print, you will discover they not only charge you “per search” or charge “monthly fees”, but they also DO NOT have all claims listed in their database.

On another note, the most touted website by the popular media even states they do not have all claims in their database. Even from the states who claim to participate.

My question is why waste your time looking if you are not going directly to the source holding your Indiana unclaimed money? Why not do it right the first time to ensure you find every stinking penny due to you from the Indiana unclaimed property office?

many people make the mistake that the Attorney General Indiana unclaimed money or funds is holding money owed to you. This is not the proper office! Your Indiana comptroller is the one who safe keeps these funds.

The Indiana unclaimed money website is included in Russ Johnson’s newly released book on Amazon on how to conduct a free unclaimed money search in Indiana.

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