Is your state holding onto unclaimed money or property that belongs to you? It could be a refund or cash settlement, a forgotten bank account, an abandoned safe deposit box, an uncashed cashier’s check and money order, wages, an insurance benefit, stocks, bonds or a dividend. To get your money or property from the state, all you have to do is claim it.
While digging into an issue around identity theft, I came across a link to check for unclaimed property with my state. I followed it, and a few minutes later — much to my surprise — I discovered I had $200 in property to claim. I’m not alone. The amount of unclaimed property across the US is significant. In 2019, the average claim paid was $1,780, according to the National Association of
A PLACE in the Sun buyer broke down in tears just minutes into a property search – leaving her husband ‘lost for words’.
Her emotional reaction came as the show’s host Scarlette Douglas worked her magic to find the couple their dream holiday home in Cyprus.
Londoners Taz and Tracy joined Scarlette in their search for a one-bedroom property with a budget of £60,000.
Their requirements included amazing views, a pool and a balcony, as well as being close to the beach and local amenities.
Taz, whose family are from Cyprus, had explained he wanted to move there permanently with his wife Tracy.
And as Scarlette introduced them to the very first property in Protaras, it was clear they were impressed.
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If you’ve ever failed to collect money that was owed to you, then you may be entitled to what’s called unclaimed money or unclaimed property. The state where you live or used to live has possession of it, and all you have to do is conduct a free unclaimed money or unclaimed property search, fill out the proper forms with the state and then get your cash. The whole process only take a few minutes, but you can earn some extra cash that’ll help you pay your bills.
How to Find Unclaimed Money?
The unclaimed money or unclaimed property that’s owed to you may be from insurance, closed bank
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