Unclaimed Money Database [OFFICIAL SITE]

Find Cash with the Unclaimed Money Database

The Unclaimed Money database is live and ready to accept queries to reveal the sources of hidden cash. Right now the U.S. Government is on the receiving end of billions of dollars in missing money and until the rightful owners come forward to claim it, the problem will only continue to grow larger. The database accepts first and last names and the names of businesses and is ready to reveal the sources to anyone willing to conduct a single online search.

Who Can Find Cash?

Anyone can find cash with the unclaimed money database. Most people don’t know that they’ve contributed to the missing money problem until they conduct a search. Every year people abandon bank accounts, they let paychecks go missing and they move without notifying anyone of their change of address. This leads to even more checks and even more money to go missing. If everyone in the U.S. attempted to find cash via the unclaimed money database, we’d easily get rid of this problem once and for all.

Imagine if every single person, from California to New York, from Michigan to Florida, from Maine to Arizona searched for unclaimed money. With a first and last name or name of a business, you can instantly find out if you’re the rightful owner of twenty, a hundred, a thousand or more dollars in missing cash. Claiming the money once you find it is even easier then most people tend to assume.

How to Find Cash and Claim It

Once you have found money in the database, your next step is to retrieve it. All you have to do is notify the entity in question of your identity and your address or bank account information. Verifying your information is key since they don’t want to send the money to just anyone. Then you merely let the company or government entity know where you’d like to receive it. You can have the check sent by mail or you can have the money sent to your bank account.

The unclaimed money database is ready to receive your search. Are you ready to find money that may belong to you? There’s only one way to find out just how much you have out there.