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What is Vermont unclaimed money?

Any financial asset that has not been claimed by its owner and is being held by the government is considered unclaimed money. This can include assets such as tax refunds, unpaid wages, life insurance funds, social security payments, bank accounts, and pensions from previous employers. Thousands of people in Vermont have money that they have not claimed. In fact, it is estimated that there are $51 million in unclaimed money in the state of Vermont. The average person is owed $352. If you have ever changed jobs, moved to another place or lost a loved one, then you may have unclaimed money waiting for you.

How to Find Your Vermont Unclaimed Money

Unclaimed Money Discovery is an expert team of trusted and accredited professionals committed to helping people find Vermont unclaimed money. We offer a free initial search. If our initial investigation yields positive results, you can either use that information and continue the process on your own or hire our services. We charge a low flat fee for helping you track down the unclaimed assets that belong to you. Our investigators navigate the in-depth search process and after the claim is confirmed, we complete the complicated paperwork necessary to gain your money. Unclaimed Money Discovery can be trusted to find what is rightfully yours. Contact us at (800) 875-7320 for more information.

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