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What is Connecticut Unclaimed Money?

Unclaimed money includes checking and savings accounts, tax refunds, payroll checks, social security disbursements, and other financial assets that are held by the Connecticut government after their owners cease contact with institutions that hold them. Unfortunately, unclaimed money often results from people who pass away, unable to use their funds. In order to claim these lost funds, the owner needs to have knowledge of a vast network of government databases and paperwork.

How We Help Claim Connecticut Unclaimed Money

Unclaimed Money Discovery is a leading agency in helping owners, next of kin, spouses, and family members gain access to unclaimed funds. We begin by performing a free initial search of real assets you may be entitled to. If we find positive results, you may continue the search and paperwork on your own. However, for a low flat fee, our team of experts can perform all the hard work for you. We carry out a comprehensive genealogy search to locate Connecticut unclaimed money. We also correctly complete the lengthy paperwork for claiming such funds.

Unclaimed Money Discovery’s methodology sets us apart from competitors because of our comprehensive genealogy search. It minimizes work required by clients to gain rightful access to their unclaimed funds. Many people entitled to Connecticut unclaimed money do not follow through because of the extensive paperwork required to obtain the lost accounts’ contents. Don’t be deterred by the process! Contact the unclaimed funds experts at Unclaimed Money Discovery by calling (800) 875-7320.

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