Nevada Unclaimed Money
What is Nevada unclaimed money?
Nevada currently holds $650 million in unclaimed assets. These unclaimed accounts include liquid cash, checking accounts, stocks, other investments, social security payments, tax refunds, and various financial instruments that go unclaimed by their listed owners. Most often, these accounts go unclaimed when their owners pass away, change jobs, or move. In the United States, individual states safeguard unclaimed money indefinitely. For example, to determine the legitimacy of any ownership request over Nevada unclaimed money, the state requires applicants to undergo lengthy processes. Many of those with rights to unclaimed property forego claiming it due to the difficulty and persistence associated with it. However, with the help of experts, the process can be made easier for you.
What We Do: Help You Discover and Claim Your Lost Nevada Funds
Unclaimed Money Discovery is a team of certified asset investigators that helps consumers gain access to Nevada unclaimed money. First, our investigators perform a free customized initial search. If we find any positive results, you can use this information to continue the search and paperwork on your own and claim your lost assets. While this is no cost to you, it can be time intensive and difficult to do. Therefore, for a low flat fee, our expert team will continue with extensive searches of all potential unclaimed money you have access to. We’ll even help you with the paperwork you need to claim your money. Our asset investigators are experienced in helping residents of Nevada and other states gain control over unclaimed funds. For the same reason people with income hire accountants to file tax returns correctly, people with potential claims trust Unclaimed Money Discovery to help them gain complete control over any of their unclaimed assets. Contact us today at (800) 875-7320 for more information.