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If you are looking for unclaimed refunds, an unclaimed IRS refund check, or even a HUD unclaimed refund then you have come to the right place! You will find unclaimed government refunds and well as unclaimed money being held by the state of North Carolina and you can even track down lost pension money all by clicking the links on
this website. Finally, you can find the unclaimed money owed to you for FREE!

Many people ask where does this money come from? Unclaimed property can be forgotten bank accounts, wages, refunds, utility deposits, insurance policy proceeds, stocks, bonds, contents of safe deposit boxes, etc. that have been abandoned – that is, for which there have been no documented transactions or contact with the owners for a statutory period of time known as a dormancy period. All in all there are over 100 types of property which may become unclaimed! Enjoy and Happy Hunting!

Begin Your FREE Search Now For Money That Might Be Due To You: State by State Search

More than likely you or someone you know is owed money by the government and most know nothing about it. We will help you find that money FREE!

$15 billion in unclaimed funds being held by the states that is owed to individuals!
Source: MSNBC News

1 in 8 in the US have unclaimed monies owed to them:
Source: National Abandoned Property Processing Corporation (NAPPCO).

Bank Failures – The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation repays accounts to insured members of failed banks.

Government Benefits – In addition to the unclaimed cash sources listed on this page, the government offers many benefit programs to Americans in need. See if you are eligible.

HUD/FHA Mortgage Insurance Refunds – You may be eligible for a refund from your HUD/FHA insured mortgage. Search by name or case number.

Pension Funds from Former Employers – Unclaimed pension money from companies that went out of business or ended a defined plan. Search by name, company or state.

States’ Unclaimed Property – Check state offices in charge of reuniting property with its rightful owner.


Thrift Savings Plan Lost Federal Participants – About 15,000 federal employees have not claimed their TSP accounts.

National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators
This association consists of state officials charged with the responsibility of collecting and reuniting lost owners with their unclaimed property. This site was developed by state unclaimed property experts to assist you – free of charge – in your efforts to search for funds that may belong to you or your relatives.

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