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You are owed money

We reach out to thousands of business and individuals each year, disclosing the details of accounts that identify them as the owners of unclaimed assets. These assets might be the result of old bankruptcy claims, legal settlements, old probate items, or even routine payments lost during a change of address. Often we find that parties have forgotten about their involvement in such events, or were completely unaware that payment had been attempted. Unclaimed assets such as these are typically held by a government entity, sitting dormant in an account at no interest - becoming less valuable with each passing day. If you received a letter from us, we encourage you to act quickly.


Unclaimed Creditor Assets

After legal proceedings have concluded, creditor payments often wind up in the Registry of Unclaimed Assets due to the trustee’s inability to deliver assets, through a change of address, name, or other impediment to delivery.

Unclaimed Debtor Refunds

At the end of a bankruptcy case, surplus funds are delivered by the trustee to the debtor, unless the debtor is unable to be located. In these cases, the assets are channeled into the Unclaimed Funds Registry.

Other Types of Unclaimed Assets

Old probate items and even routine payments frequently wind up in the Registry of Unclaimed Funds. Often, heirs or beneficiaries are completely unaware that they are the rightful recipients of funds released from probate.


The process of claiming assets can be very lengthy (taking several months, or up to a full year if there is difficulty in the paperwork or court processes) and often expensive, sometimes requiring legal representation that may actually cost more than the final payout.

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