Claiming Unclaimed Property
Claiming unclaimed property held by a state is easy. Here are the steps:
1. From Google, Bing, Ask, Yahoo, do a search on [State} Unclaimed Property
2. At the State Unclaimed Property Search website, do a search on your name.
3. If there is unclaimed property, request a claim form. If the amount is below the state aggregate amount, contacted the holder (the company that reported the property) to determine if you have unclaimed property that was below the threshold to report and you know you had money with a holder that you left idle.
Once the State sends the unclaimed property claim to you, they will attempt to verify that you are indeed the person who the unclaimed property belongs to by requesting viable.
Address verification of the last known address”
Your relationship to the holder.
With this information, you can claim unclaimed property that belongs to you. Remember, it’s your money–not the state or the holder’s. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to let me know if you find unclaimed property that belongs to you.
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