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What is Oregon unclaimed money?

Unclaimed money includes financial instruments—including cash, stocks, bonds, tax refunds, or social security—whose institutions fail to communicate with their rightful owners within one full year. Unclaimed money most often occurs when someone passes away and the institutions are unable to distribute assets without a will in place or without the will being carried out. Lost assets can also occur if you move or change jobs. Residents of Oregon are no exception to unclaimed money. There are billions of dollars in unclaimed money around the United States. In that same year, less than half was successfully linked to its rightful owners or next of kin.

How We Help You Claim Oregon Unclaimed Money

So much unclaimed money goes unaccounted for because potential owners either don’t know about the unclaimed assets or aren’t willing to carry out necessary procedures for gaining access. Unclaimed Money Discovery helps potential owners of Oregon unclaimed money find these accounts and also gain access to them. Unclaimed Money Discovery has the necessary tools, time, and expertise to extensively search for unclaimed money that our clients are entitled to. Our certified asset investigators help link owners with Oregon unclaimed money, as well as other lost assets across the Untied States. Start the process with our free initial customized search. If we find positive results, you can either continue the process on your own for free or hire our expert investigators for a low flat fee to complete the process for you. We’ll conduct more in-depth searches and help you complete the necessary paperwork. Contact us at (844) 988-6818 for more information.

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