FindMyFunds: A Website That Helps One Locate Their Unclaimed Property

Wakefield, Massachusetts, Nov. 21, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — In 2019 when the economy was flourishing, business and revenue had reached the longest expansion in American history in the third quarter. Unfortunately, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. is now in the midst of an economic crisis. 

Despite such economic uncertainty with the holiday shopping season rapidly approaching, many people could use extra cash to buy gifts for their loved ones and indulge themselves into some luxury  in the holiday season. If they fit into this category, they can now use FindMyFunds to conduct an unclaimed property search for money or other assets that may be owed to them.

About FindMyFunds:

FindMyFunds is a completely free website that features top-flight encryption technology and easily allows one to search for unclaimed or lost property in any of the 23 states that currently participates in its program. Examples of unclaimed or

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Over $67.8 million in unclaimed property paid out to Virginians, virtual claim website now live

RICHMOND, Va. (WAVY) — Governor Ralph Northam announced Friday that the Department of the Treasury’s Unclaimed Property Program returned over $67.8 million in unclaimed property to Virginians — an now it’s even easier to claim assets, virtually.

“As we continue dealing with the economic impacts of this pandemic, we are getting Virginians the money that is owed to them as quickly and efficiently as possible,” said Northam. “The millions of dollars returned this year is a testament to the hardworking Treasury staff who are finding new ways to reunite people with their unclaimed assets despite the challenges brought on by the COVID-19 crisis.”

So, what is “unclaimed property”?

State officials say that unclaimed property consists of “abandoned assets or accounts” which are considered dormant due to a period of inactivity. Cash, stocks, bonds, utility deposits, customer refunds, unpaid wages, money from insurance policies, securities and investments, bank accounts, and tangible

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