Free Money - Find Forgotten Accounts - Unclaimed Funds Searches By State

Listed below are complete links to each state’s “unclaimed property” bureau. Unclaimed property are generally old bank accounts or security deposits that have been forgotten or never claimed by their rightful owners. Search by your name in any state you have ever lived in.

You would be surprised what money of yours you have forgotten about, and that you can still lay claim to. There are no fees for claiming your funds. This is free money.

Except where noted, the links go directly to each state’s (and the District of Columbia’s and Puerto Rico’s) online searchable database, with easy procedures for filing a claim. Some Canadian links are at the end of the list. It’s also amusing to search under friends’ names. Then you can tease them mercilessly for their profligacy : )

So here’s the list:

Canada:

That’s the list. Good Hunting!

8 Responses to “Free Money - Find Forgotten Accounts - Unclaimed Funds Searches By State”

  1. Apollia Says:

    Wow, this looks really useful! Thanks!

  2. clyde sims Says:

    Looking for forgotten account in ohio.And also checking california.

  3. clyde sims Says:

    Looking for forgotten account in ohio.And also checking california.

  4. clyde sims Says:

    Looking for forgotten bank accounts in steubenville,ohio and pennsylvania also california.

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