$87.486.852 returned in 2016

Unclaimed Funds in California is a free search database

The tool is dedicated to an extensive search for unclaimed or abandoned property you’ve completely forgotten about in the course of time or you are not aware of altogether.

What is actually missing?

You would be surprised but you may have unclaimed money registered in some government file in the form of savings, checking accounts, stocks, insurance payments, refunds, uncashed dividends, unredeemed money orders,  payroll checks, security deposits, traveler's checks, customer overpayments, and contents of safe-deposit boxes, etc.

How come you’ve lost sight of your money?

In accordance with government regulations and laws all unclaimed funds are turned over to state unclaimed property offices. These are the cases, when assets in financial institutions and other companies haven’t been used for a period specified by law, when the owner hasn’t been heard from for more than a year, etc.

Why does nobody knock at your door to notify you of your abandoned money?

On the contrary, the offices do attempt to find the owners or their heirs. However, some amounts of money remain lost and unclaimed. No activity related to an asset for the specified period, vain attempts on the part of the holder to find the owner at the previously known address result in the file to be piled up in state unclaimed property data archives.

The good news is that any unclaimed or abandoned property owner is able to claim his or her legitimate money at any time.

However, search process is extremely time-consuming. The most frustrating part is the necessity to apply to agencies that can take that burden from you but charge fees for their services.

That was before, because the Missing Money search engine searches online for unclaimed money just by the applicant’s name and the resident state.

Entire information on unclaimed properties throughout all states is now collected in one common place. Easy and prompt operation enables you to find your lost funds by typing your name into the simple search box and selecting the necessary state from the drop-down list.

Spend just a few minutes and get what you’ve lost!

7,204,548

Number of Records

The number of records is growing constantly as states and provinces add information on unclaimed property weekly

204,584

Number of Reporters

The total number of companies and funds waiting for owners and heirs to claim their money and other intangible personal property

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