Generally, these are monies left unclaimed consist of old accounts and uncashed checks. Often the money is from a check that was never deposited, lost in the mail or misplaced. In other instances, the owner of the unclaimed funds has died and the heirs have no knowledge of the existence of these funds.
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So check out some facts below that was been published in the news already! 🙂
Article News #1
$232 million up for grabs in Maine unclaimed money database (In City of Maine, United States)
More than $232 million is sitting in a database waiting for Mainers to claim.
The money, part of the treasurer’s unclaimed property database, comes from third parties, like former employers, banks and other companies.
Those agencies are required to give unclaimed money to the state after a certain period of time.
The treasury returned more than $18 million in unclaimed property to Mainers in the last fiscal year, setting a new record.
“Breaking through $18 million in returned funds has been a major accomplishment. We have our sights set on beating that total in FY ’18,” Treasurer Terry Hayes said in a statement. “You can help us by searching your name today.”
Article News #2
$1 million lottery ticket remains unclaimed, will expire on Friday” (RICHMOND, Va.)
There’s a $1 million winning ticket that’s about to expire.
The ticket for the New Year’s Millionaire Raffle was bought in Richmond at the 7-Eleven on West Broad Street and hasn’t been claimed yet.
“We’re doing everything we can to get the word out to anyone who may have been at this 7-Eleven to check their tickets,” said Virginia Lottery Executive Director Paula Otto. “It may be in someone’s wallet, a glove compartment, tucked away in a drawer, or anywhere. We need to see that ticket by close of business Friday!”
The ticket expires at 5 p.m. on Friday, June 30.
After that, the unclaimed money will go to the state Literary Fund.
Article News #3
A staggering RM5.77bil unclaimed by Malaysians
A staggering RM5.779 billion remains unclaimed by Malaysians, all the way from 1977 up to June 30 this year.
The unclaimed money is mainly made up of inactive bank accounts, unclaimed fixed deposits that have expired, insurance payouts and interests.
The sum, said Deputy Finance Minister I Datuk Othman Aziz, is being held in trust by the Registrar of Unclaimed Moneys in the Accountant-General’s Department.
“The total unaudited amount stands at RM8.8 billion. So far, RM1.579 billion has been returned,” he told the Dewan Rakyat Wednesday.
He said the government has set up 25 counters nationwide to enable Malaysians to claim the money.
Thirteen counters are in the Peninsular, seven in Sarawak, four in Sabah and another one will be opened in Putrajaya.
“Those involved in the process to acquire the unclaimed money need present themselves at any of the nearest counter, fill up the forms and attach any documents required.
“If there are no issues, the office will make approval and payment will be made within one month.”
Article News #4
“Some of this money may be yours”
Manatee County Clerk’s Office may have money that belong to you.
After completing the unclaimed funds list as required by Florida Statute 116.21, the office has released the list.
“These monies were collected in the course of the clerk’s court related activities, and have been held by our office for over five years,” a news release states. “These funds are considered unclaimed as no claim was made to the monies during the course of the case and/or no court order was entered disbursing the monies.”
The money has to be claimed by Sept. 1 and any funds not claimed will be placed into the Clerk’s Fine and Forfeiture Fund.
“We hope that citizens will take this opportunity to claim funds that rightfully belong to them,” Manatee County Clerk of the Circuit Court Angel Colonneso said.
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