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Since unclaimed money was featured on Oprah in 1996, there have been yearly reminders on radio and in local newspapers for you to search for your unclaimed money.

No way you have not heard about about the billions waiting to be claimed!

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If you have heard about unclaimed money, why haven't you searched?

Estimates say 7, that's SEVEN out of 10 Americans are due a claim.

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What is unclaimed money?
 

How To Find Unclaimed Funds

 

British Columbia Unclaimed Property Society
As of April 1, 2003 the British Columbia Unclaimed Property Society and the Vancouver Foundation have entered into an agreement with the Province of British Columbia to deliver the unclaimed property program. The Unclaimed Property Act (UPA) requires the Society and non-government holders of unclaimed property to make reasonable efforts to locate and notify owners of their unclaimed property.

Canadian Bank Accounts
Website to search for unclaimed accounts in Canada.

Revenu Québec
Each year, thousands of people in Québec either forget about their property or fail to claim it. Revenu Québec is the single agency responsible for recovering and administering such unclaimed property. Revenu Québec takes charge of property received from custodians and debtors (such as financial institutions), then inventories the property and notifies the public that it is acting as provisional administrator.

Federal

FDIC
A resource website to search for any unclaimed insured deposits for financial institutions that were closed by a regulatory agency between January 1, 1989, and June 28, 1993

Housing and Urban Development
If you had a Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)/Federal Housing Administration (FHA) insured mortgage, you may be eligible for a refund of part of your insurance premium or a share of any excess earnings from the FHA's Mutual Mortgage Insurance Fund.

Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
If you think the IRS owes you money, call the toll-free assistance line at 1-800-829-1040

IRS TAX REFUND FINDER
A public service of the National Taxpayers Union - Does the IRS Have an Unclaimed Check Waiting for You? Search Below to Find Out.

Office of the Special Trustee for American Indians
The Office of the Special Trustee for American Indians (OST) is seeking current addresses for the Individual Indian Money (IIM) account holders listed at the left of this page. All Whereabouts Unknown (WAU) accounts have funds to be disbursed to the rightful owner.

Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC)
Pension Search: Help us find missing participants

Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) for Federal employees
The TSP is trying to find lost participants to assist them (or their beneficiaries) in claiming their accounts. This list contains the name, last known state of residence, and last employing agency of approximately 14,300 participants whom the TSP has been unable to locate despite extensive efforts and whose accounts have been declared abandoned. Click on "Lost Participants" at the bottom.

Unclaimed Money and Assets from the U.S. Treasury Financial Management Service
An explanation of how to determine whether any unclaimed funds are being held by the federal government, you must determine the type of benefit or payment that could be involved, the date on which the payment was expected, and how the payment should have been made.

US Dept of Treasury - Savings Bonds
Records on undeliverable savings bonds since 1996 can be searched online. The US Treasury has also provided the following telephone numbers to offer assistance to owners seeking to claim lost bonds: Pittsburgh (800) 245-2804, Minneapolis (800) 553-2663. For Treasury securities other than savings bonds call (800) 722-2678

Links for Holocaust Victims

Claims Resolution Tribunal - Deposited Assets Claims and Insurance Claims
On February 5, 2001, a new claims process has been established to provide Nazi victims or their heirs with an opportunity to make claims to assets deposited in Swiss banks in the period before and during World War II. This website contains all the information you will need to find out further details about the claims program, view the list of names of account owners, receive a claim form with instructions, and obtain assistance in filling out the claim form from volunteer organizations.

Holocaust Victim Assets Litigation (Swiss Banks)
The official information website for the Holocaust Victim Assets Litigation against Swiss Banks and other Swiss Entities. You may have important rights under a proposed $1.25 billion (U.S.) Settlement of a class action lawsuit against private Swiss Banks and other Swiss Entities for their alleged conduct related to World War II and the Holocaust.

Links to many Holocaust Assets Web Sites
A number of links related to holocaust victims

Swiss Bank Accounts
Site created for victims

The International Commission on Holocaust Era Insurance Claims
The International Commission on Holocaust Era Insurance Claims (ICHEIC) was established in October of 1998 by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners in cooperation with several European insurance companies, European regulators, representatives of several Jewish organizations, and the State of Israel. The Commission is charged with establishing a just process that will expeditiously address the issue of unpaid insurance policies issued to victims of the Holocaust.

Resources

Find Out What Happened To Your Old Bank
FDIC Bank Find allows you to locate a single FDIC-insured institution by entering one or more of the criteria below. If more than one institution meets the criteria you enter, you will be provided with a list of institutions that met your criteria. Bank Find can answer questions such as: Is My Bank Insured? Where are My Bank's Branches Located? Where is My Bank's Home (Main) Office Located? What is My Bank's Web Site Address? What Happened to My Bank (Historical List of Events)? Does My Bank have a New Name? Is My Bank Still Open? And More.

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