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What is South Carolina unclaimed money?

Appropriate government agencies within the United States collectively safeguard over billions of dollars’ worth of unclaimed money. Unclaimed money is left-behind financial instruments including cash, property, tax refunds, social security payments, and investments that people do not pass on to others before death, going missing, or—in the best scenario—not contacting their financial institution for at least one year. Each state has government departments that safeguard unclaimed money for indefinite periods of time. These lost assets are only available to owners and possibly relatives or those associated with their estates. South Carolina has its fair share of unclaimed money, as well. Unfortunately, most people don’t know about their unclaimed assets or they do not have the time and ability to go through the process on their own to claim the assets.

How We Help Located and Claim South Carolina Unclaimed Money

At Unclaimed Money Discovery, we are experts in locating and reclaiming South Carolina unclaimed money. We use tried and true methods of locating unclaimed funds and obtaining them for clients. Our teams of certified asset investigators are experienced in getting back South Carolina unclaimed money for our clients. Our initial customized search is free, and if lost assets are found, our clients can choose to continue the process on their own for free or can continue working with our experts. For a flat fee, we’ll perform further in-depth searches and complete any paperwork you need to claim your money. Contact us today at (844) 988-6818 for more information on finding your unclaimed money.

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