Dating site topeka ks Webcam utah xxx
If there's a match, they'll send you a form to fill out.
You'll have to provide proof If money is in someone else's name, you will also have to supply proof that you're the beneficiary, such as a copy of the deceased's will.
Unclaimed property offices and state escheators currently hold several billion dollars of "lost money" belonging to millions of people.
Or maybe you left a little money in the checking account to be safe, and forgot about it.
Perhaps a relative died and the insurance company took a while to send the check for the proceeds of the life insurance policy.
So how can you find out if there's money waiting for you? If you think there might be unclaimed property that belongs to you, call or write to the unclaimed property office in each state in which you or your deceased relatives have ever lived.
A list of the addresses of state unclaimed property offices appears below.