Unclaimed Money & Property
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iFindFunds.com contains free unclaimed search guides, videos on finding missing money, forms to download and print which greatly assist you during your search for unclaimed abandoned property.
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Most people perform an unclaimed property search using just their own name and search only in the state where they live. In reality, your unclaimed property search should dive much deeper.
Your missing money search should include your parents and both sets of grandparents. If they passed away, you are their rightful heir to any unclaimed money and unclaimed property which is in their name.
|Unclaimed Money Announcements & News|
On June 3,
2015, we mailed out notifications of unclaimed bankruptcy
money for some people involved in a bankruptcy case in the
state of Florida. Below you will find an explanation about
how money becomes unclaimed in bankruptcy cases...
This one is
this happen? Why is there unclaimed money from Bankruptcy
bankruptcy cases that have assets, the trustee or the estate
in Chapter 11 cases pays out money he collects from the
debtor to creditors who have filed claims in a particular
case. Sometimes, the money paid out by a trustee, always
issued as a check, is returned by the post office as
undeliverable or the check is not cashed within 90 days. By
law, the trustee is required to deposit those funds to the
court as unclaimed. Also, in some cases the trustee pays
monies as unclaimed funds to the court where the funds are
due the debtor, such as in a dismissed case. In either
example, the claimant or debtor did not receive the check
and it was returned to the trustee as undeliverable
typically because they had moved and did not report their
change of address to the court and the trustee.