Missing Money Search Engine

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Missing Money Searches for Unclaimed Funds

Missing Money has a new web site address and is still finding unclaimed funds for people who didn’t know about them. Just enter your name and state, and let Missing Money do its thing. While there are still no unclaimed safe deposit box contents, uncashed checks, trust funds, or escrow accounts in my name (dangit!), several readers over at the Get Rich Slowly personal finance site have had a lot more luck, as did Lifehacker readers the first time we pointed out the service. This site was covered by Dateline back in ’06 and from all accounts seems legit. You find any missing money in your name?

Author | Gina Trapani

Source | http://lifehacker.com/



About C. Rae White

I'm a proud 6th generation Detroiter, a creative who loves working with my hands and a fashion fanatic with a thing for shoes, bags and jewelry. I'm a family researcher who loves discovering the details of my ancestors lives. Thanks for stopping by!
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3 Responses to Missing Money Search Engine

  1. the says:

    Believe it or not, I just searched and found money of mine from a bank from 1989!  It says "over $100", an escrow account".  It listed oner of my old addresses and my name, along with my children’s mother’s name.  I imagine that it is some type of deposit that we forgot about.  I initiated the claim, but there is a drawn out process involving a notary and involving baby mama.  Fortunately, we are on very good terms, so that part should be easy.  I’ll follow through and let you know what happens.  Thanks.  Nice post.  Peace.

  2. Styln says:

    Wow! Money cometh NOW!

  3. c says:

    Well good for you Mr. Smith.  I just tried a search and had no luck.  Oh well.

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