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Where does your unclaimed money information come from?
DETAILS ABOUT THE MONEY & NAMES LISTED This is not a contest or promotion. We help you search for and locate any money that you are entitled to - Billions of dollars are listed as claimable. However, you are responsible for directly claiming the money or property from any financial institutions or funds.Our database is compiled from over 50 different government databases. To our knowledge, it is a largest database of it's kind.If your name is listed, you will have to contact the institution listed as holding the money. We do not claim your money for you. You must do that. Proof of ID will be needed to be provided to whichever agency is holding your money - most likely one or more of the following: Social Security Number Birth Certificates Marriage Certificates Death Certificates Proof of Previous Addresses Identification such as Drivers Licenses or Passports.

Updated: November/21st/2004
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