Unclaimed Money Search

$60 Billion of unclaimed money in the US. Find yours for free!

Unclaimed Money Search

$60 Billion of unclaimed money in the US. Find yours for free!

Enter your First and Last Name to begin the 100% Confidential search!
Database updated on October 26, 2020
Enter your First and Last Name to begin the 100% Confidential search! Database updated on 10/26/20

Did you know that billions of dollars of unclaimed money, such as life insurance policies and bank accounts, are never returned to the owners… simply because the government or company that holds the money can’t find you? Let us help you find the money you are owed!

What is Unclaimed Money?

Unclaimed money, aka unclaimed property, refers to you and/or your families’ inactive accounts in various financial institutions or companies that have been turned over to the government for safekeeping and oversight. Inactive accounts typically means accounts with no activity for a period of one year or more.

Over the years, an estimated sum of $60 Billion sits uncollected across various government agencies and companies. This is unclaimed money that you and/or your family is legally entitled to, if you can find it.

The good news is that the money can’t escheat to the government, in most cases, depending on the unclaimed property laws of the jurisdiction. That means, even after 10 years, you are legally entitled to the unclaimed money. By law, the government cannot spend this money, it has to be properly reported and audited.

Common forms of unclaimed money include life insurance, insurance payments or refunds, annuities, savings or checking accounts, stocks, uncashed dividends or payroll checks, refunds, traveler’s checks, trust distributions, unredeemed money orders or gift certificates (in some states), certificates of deposit, customer overpayments, utility security deposits, mineral royalty payments, and contents of safe deposit boxes.

“Florida has about 9.9 million unclaimed accounts… Of that, some $355 million is related to unclaimed insurance.”

“The reality, though, is that most of those insurance policies will never be claimed and the money will end up being used by the states.”

New York Times

Searching for Unclaimed Money

Due to the varying regulations across the states, there is no single government source for all the unclaimed money across the United States. Long story short, they don’t make it easy to locate the unclaimed money that you are owed.

You may have searched across multiple missing money websites such as unclaimed.org, managed by The National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators, which redirects you to the individual state treasury websites. This can be time consuming and confusing to understand the process of claiming the unclaimed money once you finally find it, especially if the claim is over $1,000.

How did my money become lost?

Unclaimed money may be the result of inheritance, lost payments or returns on property or businesses. Or perhaps there are pending insurance policies purchased years ago by a member of your family. Over time, mistakes get made on names and addresses and people move, get married, use nicknames, or change their names for other reasons so that it becomes hard for entities to locate beneficiaries. In some cases, laws allow entities to invest the assets and eventually absorb those that remain unclaimed. There is little incentive for the asset holder to make more than a cursory attempt at locating beneficiaries.

Is there a time limit to claim the unclaimed money?

In most cases, NO!
Every claim is unique, and asset holders are regulated by a variety of different laws. Many assets have fairly-narrow time windows in which you can file a claim, and some asset holders are allowed to absorb the unclaimed asset after that time period expires. Whether there is a deadline or not, the claims process can be lengthy, so we advise that you to get started today!

How do I get started?

Search for free by providing us your First and Last Name. You can include the current or past state information as well.
Once you find a claim/s that matches your current or past address, select one of the claim processing options available to begin the claim process.
You can do it on your own or choose one of the support options.

Enter your First and Last Name to begin the 100% Confidential search!
Database updated on October 26, 2020
Enter your First and Last Name to begin the 100% Confidential search! Database updated on 10/26/20

How do I claim unclaimed money?

Once you have found unclaimed money that matches your Name and current or past address, you can click over to the state website to begin the process on your own. If the amount of the claim is under $1,000, you will most likely be able to file the claim online.

If it is over $1,000, there is additional paperwork required and those have to be mailed in.

At a minimum, you’ll need to verify your identity and current address. There may be additional documentation required depending on the claim.

We also provide support options, if you need help in preparing or submitting the claim/s.

How long will the process take?

That can vary depending on the type and complexity of your claim/s or the specific rules and regulations to the specific government agency involved. The claims process can take between one to ten months to complete once the claim is filed. (Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we are seeing additional delays in processing the claims.)

One of the most important factors will expediting the claim process is gathering the necessary documentation for each claim.

Bottomline, it is in your best interest to move as quickly as possible.

Types of Unclaimed Property

According to The National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators, there are over 100 different types of unclaimed property managed by the government. Here is a sample of the most common types:

  • Forgotten savings and checking accounts
  • Uncashed or lost checks/warrants
  • Securities
  • Royalties
  • Interest or dividend payments
  • Life insurance death benefits or payouts
  • Income tax refunds or overpayments
  • Property tax refunds or overpayments
  • Employee wage or pension payments
  • Inheritance payout from a deceased relative or love one
  • Funds due the beneficiary of a loan or the creditor of a judgment

Is this a scam?

No.
InLife Claims is considered an “investigator” for unclaimed money by the government. This means we are legally approved to help individuals and businesses find and claim their unclaimed money. Once you find unclaimed money, you can choose to process the claim on your own or ask us for support.

InLife Claims and your Unclaimed Money Search

Unclaimed money is a welcome source of money for most Americans, especially during this global Covid-19 pandemic, and we want to help get that money back into your hands. The search is free and you don’t have to pay us anything if you choose to process the claim on your own.

We offer support options, if you need it.

Don’t forget to search for your family and friends as well.

Unclaimed Money Search

There is $60 Billion of Unclaimed Money available in the United States. How much are you owed? Find out TODAY!
Enter your First and Last Name to begin the 100% Confidential search!
Database updated on October 26, 2020
Enter your First and Last Name to begin the 100% Confidential search! Database updated on 10/26/20