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Found Some Six-Year Old Missing Money

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$1,025 in credit card offers!Have you checked out MissingMoney.com lately? If you haven’t take about fifteen seconds to do a quick search for yourself and you might be pleasantly surprised. I looked about a year or two ago and didn’t see anything, I just looked again and discovered that I had about a hundred bucks floating around somewhere in the halls of Pennsylvania’s Department of the Treasury!

The most surprising part was seeing my name next to my address from college, brought back some fond memories! Apparently I had a rebate from “Best Buy Co Inc.” for “under $100!” (everything is listed as under or over $100 or Unknown) I did this a few years ago and found no money, so imagine my surprise to find “under $100″ somewhere. Back in college, I bought a lot of stuff for free after rebate in order to sell in on eBay. I was mostly diligent though from time to time things did slip through the cracks. This rebate is obviously one of those slips so it’s a nice little treat to discover I had some money coming my way (hopefully!).

The property date was listed as 12/06/2002 but the “missing money” wasn’t reported until April 21st, of this year. So, if you haven’t checked lately, I recommend you do.

With Pennsylvania, you have to visit the Pennsylvania Treasury site and re-enter your information (just first and last name). A list will appear, you select your unclaimed property, fill out some information to auto-populate the claim form, and then print out the form.

From here, I think each state has different requirements to prove that you are the owner of the property. In Pennsylvania, I will have to submit a copy of my driver’s license or signed social security card (I’ll be going with the license) as well as a signed Affidavit and Indemnification Agreement because I don’t have proof of the property (rebate) and because the property is valued above $25.

I hope this isn’t a rebate for $5… :)

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3 Responses to “Found Some Six-Year Old Missing Money”

  1. Thanks for posting this Jim, I just did a search and figured out that my mother in -law never cashed her 2004 NYS tax return. Talk about earning brownie points!

  2. Big Winner says:

    I didn’t find any missing money under my name : (
    Hopefully others will be luckier – like the other commenter!

  3. Master Allan says:

    Wow, shows my sister has some unclaimed funds at a restaurant she was employed years ago. The website looks genuine and I told her to follow up on it.
    Nothing for me though…


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