Massachusetts Unclaimed Money
What Is Massachusetts Unclaimed Money?
When you move, change jobs, or if a big life event happens, you can lose touch with your money and assets—such as not being active with a bank account for a long period of time. Also, sometimes the government owes you money from tax refunds or social security. Additionally, any type of assets that was left to you by a deceased relative could qualify in this category. Some assets that could count as Massachusetts unclaimed money include the following: bonds, dividends, interest payments, paychecks, real property, Social Security checks, tax refunds, and more.
When you lose touch with these assets for a long period of time, institutions, by law, are required to turn over these assets to the appropriate government agency. These assets are then held until the owner comes forward and makes a claim.
How Do You Help Me Claim Massachusetts Unclaimed Money?
Our unclaimed money specialists will perform a free initial search. Many other services only search the free US state databases. What we do differently is that we have an accredited asset investigator do a customized search for free.
If you get a positive hit, you can continue the search and paperwork on your own. However, this often turns into time-consuming and unfulfilling work. For a low, flat fee, our investigators will perform a detailed genealogy search. We’ll even complete all of the difficult paperwork that is needed to get your money back. We won’t take a commission from whatever you claim. We do all of our work from a low flat fee. Contact us for more information at (800) 875-7320.