May 12, 2005 45 Comments
Would you like some extra money? A little walking around cash in your pocket, just in case you see something you like? And if you didn’t have to do much for that money, would that interest you even more. Today’s Family First Site is one that may help you find that extra do-re-mi that is legally yours.
The site is called CashUnclaimed.com. The basis of their site is that is the estimated 9 in 10 Americans who are owed cash that sits unclaimed year after year. They provide the service of matching you with unclaimed money, property, and other assets that may belong to you or your family.
Where is this hidden wealth at, and how did it come to be unclaimed? The found money that is located is being held by one or more of many different institutions. The research has uncovered millions of unclaimed and lost money owed to individuals in:
1) forgotten savings and checking accounts
2) uncashed checks
5) insurance refunds or claims
6) oil royalties
8) utility refunds/deposits
9) bail bonds
10) child support payments
The reason this money is unclaimed is very simple. The institutions holding it must, by law, turn it over to the person it is owed to. In most instances, that person or persons do not know that they have anything coming to them. So if they don’t know it’s there, they aren’t expecting it, and aren’t looking for it. This site helps match the concerned parties up. The cost for this service is really quite reasonable. For a limited time, the price is $11.00 for 30 full days of unlimted searching of the site. Not a bad deal, especially if you find some money that is owed you.
The site is simple and easy to use. It is not that expensive to use. So why not try it out, and see if a long lost relative has left you in their will. You won’t know if you don’t look.
Unclaimed Money Search
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