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I recently came across money sitting in “unclaimed property” that had been there for 15 years. It was $1,000 from GEICO from a claim I had submitted in 2005. What’s odd about that is I contacted them a few times about it and over time, I forgot about it. I sold that house and moved a few times, so they forwarded it to my state which put it on the unclaimed property website.

I started searching my friends and family and found quite a bit of money sitting there for relatives, including my grandpa who passed away twenty years ago. Do you have money that you don’t know about?

I have created a shortcut for your state to search your name below:

Alabama’s Unclaimed Property

Each year, unclaimed or abandoned assets are turned over to Alabama Unclaimed Property by financial institutions and businesses that lose contact with the owners. These assets may be in the form of cash, stocks, bonds, insurance benefits or even valuables from safe deposit boxes. Alabama Treasury serves as custodian of these assets and makes every effort to return them to the rightful owner or their heirs. I invite you to search for any unclaimed monies that might be owed to you.

Unclaimed Property Division
RSA Union Building
100 North Union Street, Suite 636
Montgomery AL 36104
Phone (334) 242-9614
Toll Free Phone: (888) 844-8400
unclaimed@treasury.alabama.gov

Click Here to Search for Alabama’s Unclaimed Property

Alaska Unclaimed Property

Millions of unclaimed assets are in Alaska waiting to be claimed. These include, but are not limited to, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, bank accounts, un-cashed payroll checks, utility deposits, traveler’s checks, and contents from safe deposit boxes. Click the link below to start your free search.

State of Alaska
Treasury Division
PO Box 110405
Juneau AK 99811-0405
Phone (907) 465-3726
ucproperty@alaska.gov

Click Here to Search for Alaska’s Missing Money

Arizona Unclaimed Property

Have you forgotten about a checking or savings account, an old uncashed check, stock, safe deposit box, etc.? The State of Arizona holds unclaimed property as a custodian for the rightful owner.

The state will return property to owners who provide proof showing their right to claim the property.

Department of Revenue
Unclaimed Property Unit
P.O. Box 29026
Phoenix AZ 85038-9026
Phone (602) 364-0380
unclaimedproperty@azdor.gov

Click Here to Search Arizona’s Unclaimed Property

Arkansas Unclaimed Property

Each year, businesses and government agencies also known as “holders” report millions of dollars to the state. Then the state diligently attempts to reunite owners with their lost assets. Unclaimed property includes, but is not limited to, savings and checking accounts, unpaid wages or commissions, stocks, bonds, utility deposits, insurance proceeds, cashier’s checks, money orders, and contents of safe deposit boxes.

Unclaimed Property Division
Auditor of State
1401 W. Capitol Ave., Suite 325
Little Rock AR 72201-1811
Phone 501-682-6000
Toll Free Phone: 1-800-252-4648
claimit@auditor.ar.gov

Click Here to Search Arkansas Unclaimed Property

California Unclaimed Property

California’s Unclaimed Property Law requires corporations, businesses, associations, financial institutions, and insurance companies (referred to as “Holders”) to annually report and deliver property to the California State Controller’s Office after there has been no activity on the account or contact with the owner for a period of time specified in the law – generally (3) three years or more.

Office of State Controller
Unclaimed Property Division
10600 White Rock Road, Suite 141
Rancho Cordova CA 95670
Phone (916) 323-2827

Click Here to Search California’s Unclaimed Property

Colorado Unclaimed Property

Colorado has returned over $500 million in unclaimed funds. To search for property, enter an individual name or business name; no specific order is required when entering the information (last name, first name, business name, etc.). To help narrow your search results, enter a city or zip code.

Select (or remove) all properties you wish to claim by clicking the appropriate choice under the “Select an Action” area. Once all properties you wish to claim have been selected, click on “View Claimed Properties” to continue initiating your claim.

Please note, you will receive an actual claim number upon completing the claims initiating process. If you do not receive a claim number, you have not completed the online process necessary for our agency to review your request.

Colorado Department of the Treasury
Great Colorado Payback
1580 Logan, Suite #500
Denver CO 80203
Phone (303) 866-6070
Toll Free Phone: 800) 825-2111
greatcopayback@state.co.us

Click here to Search Colorado’s Unclaimed Property

Connecticut Unclaimed Property

The primary objective of the unclaimed property program is to reunite rightful owners or heirs with their unclaimed property, which is remitted to the Office of the Treasurer by business entities after the business loses contact with a customer for a period of three to five years.

Unclaimed assets include, but are not limited to:  savings or checking accounts, uncashed checks, matured certificates of deposit, stocks, bonds or mutual funds, travelers’ checks or money orders, and proceeds from life insurance policies.

A permanent record of reports of unclaimed property filed annually by holders of such property is maintained by the Division. Unclaimed property holders include banks, credit unions, insurance companies, brokerage firms, utility companies, and businesses. The Division prescribes holder report forms and monitors reporting by holders. Such assets must be reported and remitted within 90 days following the close of each calendar year.

Office of the State Treasurer
Unclaimed Property Division
PO Box 5065
Hartford CT 6102
Toll Free Phone: (800) 833-7318

There are 13 people with unclaimed property worth over $18 million. Click Here to Search Connecticut’s Unclaimed Property

Delaware Unclaimed Property

To search for property, enter an individual name or business name; no specific order is required when entering the information (last name, first name, business name, etc.). To help narrow your search results, enter a city or zip code.

Select (or remove) all properties you wish to claim by clicking the appropriate choice under the “Select an Action” area. Once all properties you wish to claim have been selected, click on “View Claimed Properties” to continue initiating your claim.

Please note, you will receive an actual claim number upon completing the claims initiating process. If you do not receive a claim number, you have not completed the online process necessary for our agency to review your request.

Department of Finance, Division of Revenue
State Escheator
P.O. Box 8931
Wilmington DE 19801-3509
Phone (302) 577-8220

Click Here to Search Delaware’s Unclaimed Property

Florida Unclaimed Property

I love that Florida calls it a “treasure hunt” and paid out over $320 million dollars last year.

Unclaimed Property is a financial asset that is unknown or lost, or has been left inactive, unclaimed or abandoned by its owner. Unclaimed Property assets are held by business or government entities (holders) for a set period of time, usually five years. If the holder is unable to locate, re-establish contact with the owner and return the asset, it is reported and remitted to the Florida Department of Financial Services, Division of Unclaimed Property.

Florida Department of Financial Services
Unclaimed Property Bureau
200 E. Gaines Street
Tallahassee FL 32399-0358
Phone 850-413-5555

Click Here to Search Florida’s Unclaimed Property

Georgia Unclaimed Property

Unclaimed property refers to accounts held by financial institutions and other businesses who have lost contact with their owner of record. Unclaimed property includes, but is not limited to: wages, savings accounts, customer refunds, accounts payable, insurance payments, shares of stock, escrow funds, royalties and contents from safe deposit boxes. Most property is reported to the program after five years of inactivity.

Georgia Department of Revenue
Unclaimed Property Section
4125 Welcome All Rd. STE 701
Atlanta GA 30349
Phone (855) 329-9863

Click Here to Search Georgia’s Unclaimed Property

Hawaii Unclaimed Property

Unclaimed property is held in a custodial capacity by the State of Hawaii Unclaimed Property Program until the rightful owner or heir is reunited with the abandoned property.

Unclaimed property owners may search and file claims for property at no cost. Owners may be reunited with their unclaimed property by first searching for property by name then filing a claim as the rightful owner.

Department of Budget and Finance
Unclaimed Property Program
P.O. Box 150
Honolulu HI 96810
Phone (808) 586-1589

Click Here to Search Hawaii’s Unclaimed Property

Idaho Unclaimed Property

To begin your search, enter your last name, or the name of your business. For best results, you may also enter your first name. Exact name matches will be shown first. Property for individuals with similar names to the name you entered will follow. You can select multiple properties per claim.

This is a free and secure service provided by the Idaho State Treasurer’s Office. When you are ready to submit your claim, select “View Claimed Properties” and follow the instructions provided.

Idaho State Treasurer’s Office
Unclaimed Property Program
P.O. Box 83720
Boise ID 83720-9101
Phone (208) 332-2942
Toll Free Phone: (877) 388-2942
ucpgeneralquestions@sto.idaho.gov

Click Here to Search Idaho’s Unclaimed Property

Illinois Unclaimed Property

The State Treasurer is holding more than 3.5 billion dollars in unclaimed funds for Illinoisans. The State holds these lost funds until they are claimed by either the original owner or their heirs. Property is returned at no cost with the proper identification. THREE BILLION DOLLARS!

Illinois State Treasurer’s Office
Unclaimed Property Division
P.O. Box 19495
Springfield IL 62794-9495
Toll Free Phone: (800) 961-8303

Click Here to Search Illinois Unclaimed Property

Indiana Unclaimed Property

Just search for your name and if you see your name, click on the claim yours button to fill out the form.

To begin your search, enter your last name, or the name of your business. For best results, you may also enter your first name. To provide you with a comprehensive list of possibilities, exact name matches will be shown first. Property for individuals with similar names to the name you entered will follow.

This is a free and secure service provided by the Unclaimed Property Division to claim your lost funds. When you are ready to submit your claim, select “View Claimed Properties” and follow the instructions provided.

Office of the Indiana Attorney General
Unclaimed Property Division
PO Box 2504
Greenwood IN 46142
Toll Free Phone: (800)447-5598
updmail@atg.in.gov

Click Here to Search Indiana’s Unclaimed Property

Maine Unclaimed Property

Each and every year, tens of millions of dollars go unclaimed by Maine residents. These financial assets are turned over by thousands of national and local businesses and organizations. My office holds these assets, free of charge, until claimed by the owner or heir. Please use this website to search your name, your business, and the name of your friends and family. If you have time, help spread the word about this free service!

Maine is currently holding $275 million in unclaimed property. Use this free and secure service to CLAIM your lost funds. When you are ready to submit your claim, select “View Claimed Properties,” select your relationship to each property being claimed, and complete the claimant (your) information. You may be asked to provide supporting documentation in order to validate your right to claim each property based on the relationship chosen.

Office of the State Treasurer
Attn: Unclaimed Property
39 State House Station
Augusta ME 4333
Phone (207) 624-7470
up.generalinquire@maine.gov

Click Here to Search Maine’s Unclaimed Property

Maryland Unclaimed Property

The Comptroller’s Office tries to locate the rightful owners of stocks, bonds, savings accounts, security deposits, contents of safe deposit boxes, insurance proceeds and other valuables which are reported to us as unclaimed by banks and other financial institutions after three years. Real property is not included.

The owners or their legitimate heirs can claim the funds at any time. There is no statute of limitations. You can search our records online free of charge in the section below.

Comptroller of Maryland
Unclaimed Property Unit
301 W. Preston Street
Baltimore MD 21201-2385
Phone 410-767-1700
Toll Free Phone: 1-800-782-7383
unclaim@marylandtaxes.gov

Click Here to Search Maryland’s Unclaimed Property

Minnesota Unclaimed Property

Each year, Commerce receives millions of dollars in unclaimed property from businesses and organizations that have lost contact with the owners. The Department is responsible for safeguarding the funds or property until claimed by the rightful owners or heirs.

Property is considered unclaimed if it is being held by a business or organization that has not had contact with the owner for a specific number of years. Common types of unclaimed property can include:

  • Dormant bank accounts
  • Uncashed checks
  • Unclaimed wages
  • Insurance claim payments or benefits
  • Stocks or bonds
  • Safe deposit boxes

Businesses and organizations are required by law to review their records and attempt to contact the owner of the property when it appears to be abandoned. If the owner doesn’t respond, the property is considered abandoned. The property is then sent to Commerce so the Department can safeguard and continuously attempt to return it to the rightful owner of heirs.

Minnesota has returned over $570 million dollars.

Minnesota Department of Commerce
Unclaimed Property Program
85 7th Place East, Suite 280
St. Paul MN 55101-2198
Phone 651.539.1545
unclaimed.property@state.mn.us

Click Here to Search Minnesota’s Unclaimed Property

Mississippi Unclaimed Property

Searching for unclaimed property is easy!

  • Step 1: Type your last name or first name or a single word within your business name.
  • Step 2: Click Search!

Click Here to Search Mississippi Unclaimed Property

Missouri Unclaimed Property

Find your property in three easy steps.

1. Search the online Unclaimed Property database for your name.

2. If you find a match, select “File a Claim” and follow the easy steps to complete it.

3. Receive your Unclaimed Property!

Click Here to Search Missouri’s Unclaimed Property

Mississippi Treasury
Unclaimed Property Division
PO Box 138
Jackson MS 39205
Phone (601) 359-3600
unclaimed@treasury.ms.gov

Montana Unclaimed Property

When a financial institution or company is holding a financial asset, such as an account or check, but hasn’t been able to reach the owner, it becomes unclaimed property.

The most common form of unclaimed property includes:

  • Uncashed checks
  • Savings or checking accounts
  • Credit balances
  • Travelers checks or money orders
  • Stocks and bonds
  • Insurance proceeds
  • Certificates of deposit

Montana auctions off unclaimed property like unclaimed safety deposit boxes, which people usually store valuable coins and collectibles.

Department of Revenue
Attn: Unclaimed Property
P.O. Box 5805
Helena MT 59604-5805
Phone (406) 444-6900
Toll Free Phone: (866) 859-2254
unclaimedproperty@mt.gov

Click Here to See the Unclaimed Property Auctions

Click Here to Search Montana’s Unclaimed Property

Nebraska Unclaimed Property

Nebraska has returned over $217 million dollars in unclaimed property. The state treasurer reunites owners of lost bank accounts, wages, insurance benefits, deposits and stock dividends. Some are utility deposits and other funds that remain unclaimed funds for three years or more.

Office of the State Treasurer
Unclaimed Property Division
809 P St
Lincoln NE 68508
Phone (402) 471-2455
Toll Free Phone: 877-572-9688

Click Here to Search Nebraska’s Unclaimed Property

Nevada Unclaimed Property

Searching for unclaimed property? Forgot about a bank account, stocks, a safe deposit box? The State of Nevada’s Unclaimed Property database is refreshed on a regular basis, adding new properties daily.

Office of the State Treasurer
Unclaimed Property Division
555 E Washington Avenue, Suite 4200
Las Vegas NV 89101-1070
Phone 702-486-4140
unclaimedproperty@nevadatreasurer.gov

Click Here to Search Nevada’s Unclaimed Property

New Hampshire Unclaimed Property

To begin your search, enter your last name, or the name of your business. To better refine your results, you may also enter your first name. Exact name matches will be shown first. Property for individuals with similar names to the name you entered will follow.

This is a free and secure service provided by the New Hampshire Abandoned Property Division to claim your lost funds. When you are ready to submit your claim, select “View Claimed Properties” and follow the instructions provided.

State Treasury
Unclaimed Property Division
25 Capitol Street, Room 205
Concord NH 3301
Phone (603) 271-2619
ap@treasury.state.nh.us

Click Here to Search New Hampshire’s Unclaimed Property

New Jersey Unclaimed Property

To begin your search, enter your last name or the name of your business. To better refine your results, you may also enter your first name. Exact name matches will be shown first. Property for individuals with similar names to the name you entered will follow.

This is a free and secure service provided by the New Jersey Unclaimd Property Administration to claim your lost funds. When you are ready to submit your claim, select “View Claimed Properties” and follow the instructions provided.

State of New Jersey
Unclaimed Property Administration
P.O. Box 214
Trenton NJ 08625-0214
Phone (609) 292-9200
unclaimedproperty@treas.nj.gov

Click Here to Search New Jersey’s Unclaimed Property

New Mexico Unclaimed Property

The New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department (TRD) is responsible for trying to reunite $150 million dollars with their owners.  The purpose of the Unclaimed Property Office is to reunite lost owners with their property.  They want you to have your property!

Generally, unclaimed property has monetary value and has been abandoned. Property is considered abandoned when efforts by the holder to locate the owner fail, and it remains unclaimed by the rightful owner for the number of years prescribed by statute.

When that time expires, businesses holding property for which the owner cannot be located turn it over to TRD.  TRD is then responsible for safeguarding the funds, attempting to locate the owners, publicizing the names of apparent owners who cannot be located otherwise, and returning the assets to the owners as they come forward.

We found all unclaimed search links are dead. Here is their contact info:

Taxation & Revenue Department
Unclaimed Property Division
P.O. Box 25123
Santa Fe NM 87504-5123
Phone (505) 476-1774
unclaimed.property@state.nm.us

New York Unclaimed Property

Every single day, New York returns $1.5 million dollars in unclaimed funds.

Office of the State Comptroller
Office of Unclaimed Funds
110 State Street, 8th Floor
Albany NY 12236
Phone 1-518-270-2200
Toll Free Phone: 1-800-221-9311
nysouf@osc.state.ny.us

Click Here to Search New York’s Unclaimed Property

North Carolina Unclaimed Property

Reclaim what’s yours. Unclaimed property consists of bank accounts, wages, utility deposits, insurance policy proceeds, stocks, bonds, and contents of safe deposit boxes that typically have been abandoned for one to five years.

To search for funds, enter last name or business name in the Last or Business Name field and your first name in the First Name field. To narrow your search results, enter a city or zip code.
Select the property(ies) you wish to claim. Initiate a new search for the property reported under a different name but may be owed to you. Try using nicknames, common misspellings or when applicable, maiden name.

Once you have selected all properties you want to claim, select “View Claimed Properties”. Select your relationship to each property being claimed and click “File Claim”. Enter claimant information and click “Next” to file the claim.

This is a free and secure service provided by North Carolina Unclaimed Property to claim your lost funds. North Carolina is holding almost a billion dollars in unclaimed property.

Department of State Treasurer
Unclaimed Property Division
3200 Atlantic Avenue
Raleigh NC 27604-1668
Phone 866-NCCash1
Toll Free Phone: 866-622-2741
unclaimed.property@nctreasurer.com

Click Here to Search North Carolina’s Unclaimed Property

North Dakota Unclaimed Property

To begin your search, enter your last name, or the name of your business. To better refine your results, you may also enter your first name. Exact name matches will be shown first. Property for individuals with similar names to the name you entered will follow.

This is a free and secure service provided by North Dakota Unclaimed Property to claim your lost funds. When you are ready to submit your claim, select “View Claimed Properties” and follow the instructions provided.

ND Department of Trust Lands
Unclaimed Property Division
P.O. Box 5523
Bismarck ND 58506-5523
Phone 701.328.2800
unclaimed@nd.gov

Click Here to Search North Dakota’s Unclaimed Property

Ohio Unclaimed Property

Ohio has a “missing money” search box directly on the front page of their treasury department here.

Department of Commerce
Division of Unclaimed Funds
77 South High Street, 20th floor
Columbus OH 43215-6108
Phone (614) 466-4433
Toll Free Phone: 877-644-6823
unfdclaims.unfdclaims@com.state.oh.us

Oklahoma Unclaimed Property

On July 1, 2000, the State Treasurer assumed responsibility for the state’s Unclaimed Property Program. Every state has an unclaimed property program. The purpose of these programs is to return unclaimed property to rightful owners. Unclaimed property includes everything from jewelry, stock certificates, coin collections and cash. 

Property is considered unclaimed when there is a lack of activity generated by the rightful owner of the property. Evidence of this inactivity includes failure to cash a check, the return of a check or correspondence by the Post Office as undeliverable, or the absence of any communication from the owner. If property remains unclaimed for a certain number of years set by statute, it is considered abandoned and must be reported to the state’s unclaimed property program.

Unclaimed Property Division 
Oklahoma State Treasurer 
9520 N. May Ave., Lower Level
Oklahoma City , OK 73120
(405) 521-4273

Office Hours: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Mon. – Fri. 
E-mail: Unclaimed@treasurer.ok.gov

There are over 825,000 Oklahomans who have unclaimed property.

Click Here to Search Oklahoma Unclaimed Property

Oregon Unclaimed Property

Enter your last name or the name of your business to begin your search. You may refine your results by also entering your first name, or narrow your search by entering your city or zip code. If you know the Property ID, you may also enter that number

Exact name matches will be shown first in your search results. Results for individuals with similar names will be shown below exact name matches.

This free and secure service to search for and claim lost funds is provided by the State of Oregon’s Unclaimed Property Program.

Department of State Lands
Trust Property Section
775 Summer St. NE #100
Salem OR 97301-1279
Phone 503-986-5200
claims@dsl.state.or.us

To search for property held by other states, visit FindMyFunds.com.

Click Here to Search Oregon’s Unclaimed Property

Pennsylvania Unclaimed Property

Treasury receives hundreds of millions of dollars in unclaimed property every year. These items and funds go missing, often for things as simple as a misspelled name or an out-of-date address. But let’s be clear: this is YOUR money we’re talking about, and we don’t want to keep it.

1 in 10 Pennsylvania residents has unclaimed property waiting for them – do you?

  • 4th Floor, Riverfront Office Center
    1101 South Front Street
    Harrisburg, PA 17104-2516

Click Here to Search Pennsylvania Unclaimed Property

Rhode Island Unclaimed Property

Rhode Island has returned over $250 million dollars in unclaimed property.

To begin your search, enter your last name, or the name of your business. To better refine your results, you may also enter your first name. Exact name matches will be shown first. Property for individuals with similar names to the name you entered will follow.

This is a free and secure service provided by Rhode Island Unclaimed Property to claim your lost funds. When you are ready to submit your claim, select “View Claimed Properties” and follow the instructions provided.

Office of the General Treasurer
Unclaimed Property Division
P.O. Box 1435
Providence RI 2901
Phone 401.462.7676
ups@treasury.ri.gov

To search for property held by other states, visit FindMyFunds.com.

Click Here to Search Rhode Island’s Unclaimed Property

South Carolina Unclaimed Property

Millions of dollars are transferred to the Unclaimed Property Program each year by companies that cannot locate the owners. Individuals, estates, businesses and even churches and charities can have unclaimed property. It only takes a minute to find out if we are holding money for you.

Unclaimed Property Program
SC State Treasurer’s Office
PO Box 11778
Columbia SC 29211
Phone (803) 737-4771
unclaimed@sto.sc.gov

Click Here to Search South Carolina’s Unclaimed Property

Tennessee Unclaimed Property

Tennessee is one of the few states who will wire transfer the free money directly in your checking account. In order to search unclaimed property in Tennessee, you can to create an account first, then submit your search.

Treasury Department – Unclaimed Property Division
502 Deaderick Street
Nashville TN 37243-0203
Phone (615) 741-6499
ucp.information@tn.gov

Click Here to Create Your Account

Texas Unclaimed Property

Texas has returned over $3 billion dollars. That’s incredible. I found a few family members and an old eBay account that “couldn’t find me”. Sure.

To search for funds, enter last or business name in the Last or Business Name field and your first name in the First Name field. To narrow your search results, enter a city.

Select the property(ies) you wish to claim. Initiate a new search for the property reported under a different name but may be owed to you. Try using nicknames, common misspellings or when applicable, maiden name.

Once you have selected all properties you want to claim, select “View Claimed Properties.” Select your relationship to each property being claimed and click “File Claim”. Enter claimant information and click “Next” to file the claim.

Comptroller of Public Accounts
Unclaimed Property Division
Post Office Box 12019
Austin TX 78711-2019
Toll Free Phone: 1-800-654-3463
unclaimed.property@cpa.texas.gov

Click Here to Search Texas Unclaimed Property

Utah Unclaimed Property

To begin your search, enter your last name, or the name of your business. For best results, you may also enter your first name. Exact name matches will be shown first. Property for individuals with similar names to the name you entered will follow.

This is a free and secure service provided by the Utah Unclaimed Property Division. When you are ready to submit your claim, select “View Claimed Properties” and follow the instructions provided.

State Treasurer’s Office
Unclaimed Property Division
PO Box 140530
Salt Lake City UT 84114
Phone (801)715-3300
Toll Free Phone: 1-888-217-1203
ucprop@utah.gov

Click Here to Search Utah’s Unclaimed Property

Vermont Unclaimed Property

Each year millions of dollars are turned over to the State Treasurer’s Office by businesses who are unable to contact property owners. These funds may be in the form of cash, stocks, bonds, securities, insurance benefits, etc. This site allows you to search the State Treasurer’s Unclaimed Property Database to determine if we may be holding unclaimed assets belonging to you or your family or business.

Unclaimed assets are reported in the name or Social Security number of the owner(s) along with any owner information (if available).

Vermont State Treasurer
Unclaimed Property Division
Pavilion Building 109 State Street, 4th Floor
Montpelier VT 05609-6200
Phone 802-828-2407
unclaimed.property@vermont.gov

Click Here to Search Vermont’s Unclaimed Property

Virginia Unclaimed Property

The Unclaimed Property Program returns money, stocks, bonds, dividends, utility deposits, insurance proceeds, tangible property and more to Virginia residents. Whether you’ve moved, lost a check, or forgotten about a bank account, finding money is easy and free.

Virginia Department of the Treasury
Division of Unclaimed Property
P.O. Box 2478
Richmond VA 23218-2478
Phone (804) 225-2393
Toll Free Phone: 1-800-468-1088
ucpmail@trs.virginia.gov

Virginia allows you to search for you, deceased or a business.

Click Here to Search Virginia’s Unclaimed Property

Washington Unclaimed Property

Department of Revenue
Unclaimed Property Section
PO Box 47477
Olympia WA 98504-7477
Phone (360) 705-6706
ucp@dor.wa.gov

Click Here to Search Washington’s Unclaimed Property

West Virgina Unclaimed Property

To begin your search, enter your last name, or the name of your business. To better refine your results, you may also enter your first name. Exact name matches will be shown first. Property for individuals with similar names to the name you entered will follow.

This is a free and secure service provided by the West Virginia State Treasurer’s Office to claim your unclaimed property. When you are ready to submit your claim, select “View Claimed Properties” and follow the instructions provided.

Office of the State Treasurer
Unclaimed Property Division
322 70th ST SE
Charleston WV 25304
Phone 304-558-2937
Toll Free Phone: 1-800-642-8687
eclaims_support@wvsto.com

Click Here to Search West Virginia’s Unclaimed Property

Wisconsin Unclaimed Property

Wisconsin Department of Revenue
Unclaimed Property Section
P.O. Box 8982
Madison WI 53708-8982
Phone (608) 264-4594
dorunclaimedproperty@revenue.wi.gov

Click Here to Search Wisconsin’s Unclaimed Property

Wyoming Unclaimed Property

To begin your search, enter your last name, or the name of your business. To better refine your results, you may also enter your first name. Exact name matches will be shown first. Property for individuals with similar names to the name you entered will follow.

This is a free and secure service provided by Wyoming Unclaimed Property to claim your lost funds. When you are ready to submit your claim, select “View Claimed Properties” and follow the instructions provided.

Click Here to Search Wyoming’s Unclaimed Property

Office of the State Treasurer
Unclaimed Property
2515 Warren Avenue, Suite 502
Cheyenne WY 82002
Phone 307-777-5590

How to Search for Unclaimed Property

To search for funds, click on your state & enter a name in the name/business field; a specific order is not required (last name, first name, business name, etc.) To narrow your search results, enter a city or zip code.

Select the property(ies) you wish to claim. Initiate a new search for property reported under a different name but may be owed to you.

Once you have selected all properties you wish to claim, select “View Claimed Properties,” complete the claimant (your) information, and select your relationship to each property being claimed. You may be asked to provide supporting documentation in order to validate your right to claim to each property based on the relationship chosen.

To search for property held by other states, visit FindMyFunds.com.

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