NORTH CAROLINA UNCLAIMED MONEY & PROPERTY

North Carolina currently has over $500 million dollars in unclaimed cash!

When it comes to North Carolina unclaimed money, it is amazing how many people now know about it, but have never searched. In fact, most North Carolinians are likely skeptical unclaimed money even exists. Even after years of radio, television and national news, many people find it hard to get past “if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is”.

This mindset could be keeping thousands of dollars in unclaimed cash from ever landing in your hands, the rightful owner!

It’s true, there are millions of dollars just waiting to be claimed, but there is also a boat load of North Carolina unclaimed property too! Real stuff, like jewelry, baseball cards, antiques, and family heirlooms which will eventually be sold at auction and become a monetary value to you unless you make the claim now. In just minutes, you can access the official North Carolina unclaimed money list.

What most people do not realize is there is only one place to conduct a North Carolina unclaimed property search. When someone asks, “I wonder if there is unclaimed money or property owed to me in NC”, there is only one way to find out, and that is to search my name for unclaimed money!

As more unclaimed funds in North Carolina continues to be turned over to the state than returned to its rightful owners, the state’s missing money treasure chest has swelled to a record $500 million! These unclaimed funds already belong to regular people whose only obstacle is learning to properly search for and locate all possible claims.

North Carolina treasury says there are $500 million dollars in unclaimed money waiting to be found!

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