New York Unclaimed Money
What is New York unclaimed money?
When residents of New York cease contact with their financial institution for at least one year, their financial instruments become unclaimed money. Loss of contact with an asset’s owner can occur for a variety of reasons, which include changing jobs, moving, or passing away.
The state of New York currently safeguards $15 billion in unclaimed money, and it attempts to return this money to rightful owners, next of kin, and those with power of attorney. New York unclaimed money includes savings accounts, cash, tax refunds, social security payments, stocks, bonds, and virtually any other financial instrument of value. Although the New York State Comptroller’s office works with state residents to find owners of unclaimed money and return it to them, the process of obtaining unclaimed money can often be difficult.
How We Can Help Find New York Unclaimed Money
Most New Yorkers forego their opportunity of locating New York unclaimed money, as legal processes can be difficult to carry out. Fortunately, Unclaimed Money Discovery offers a team packed full with expert asset investigators to locate New York unclaimed money and help return it to rightful owners. Unclaimed Money Discovery uses complex search tools to find unclaimed money their clients could gain ownership of. We offer a free initial customized search. If this search returns positive results, you may continue the process on your own. However, to help save time and to ensure you get lost assets, our team offers further in-depth genealogical searches. We also help complete all necessary legal paperwork for obtaining your unclaimed funds. We do all this for a low flat fee.
If you have ever lived in New York or are living there now, you may have some unclaimed assets with the state. We can help you locate you New York unclaimed money! Contact us today at (800) 875-7320.