Oregon Unclaimed Money List

$250 MILLION DOLLARS WAITING TO BE CLAIMED IN OREGON!

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Oregon Unclaimed Money: How To Find (Missing Money and Unclaimed Property)

Today is your opportunity to be the family hero and search the Oregon unclaimed property database.

With 1 in 4 residents due a claim, imagine the smiles you will create for your family when you find lost money they didn’t know they had!!! There is hardly a better feeling than finding Oregon unclaimed money. Though I have never won the lottery, it can’t be much better and the odds are certainly better!

According to an article I wrote several years ago, “Each year, the state of Oregon receives $50 million in unclaimed property each year, but only returns about $10 million to the rightful owners. Since the owners of the other $20 to $30 million weren’t located, that money gets added to the total, so that $250 million on stands to grow. While it may be tough to believe that 1 in 3 Oregon residents are due a claim, these monies really come from sources that we all use everyday. The OR Department of State Lands describes some of the most common sources as follows:“Unclaimed property includes savings accounts, checking accounts, unpaid wages or commissions, stocks, dividends proceeds, refunds, money orders, paid-up life insurance policies, utility deposits and contents of safe deposit boxes.”

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