Readers Find Lost Money Using Unclaimed.org

Readers Find Lost Money Using Unclaimed.org

Last week we told you about Unclaimed.org, a free non-profit site that’s a convenient portal for searching for unclaimed property state by state. Well Consumerist readers report they’re finding tons of cash under the couch cushions using it! Via comments and email, here’s what people have been hauling in: [More]

Find Your Lost Money At Unclaimed.Org

Find Your Lost Money At Unclaimed.Org

Like looking under the cushions of the largest couch ever, unclaimed.org is a way to search for money that you’ve forgotten about or over looked. Pick the state and that will connect you to the unclaimed property search page for that state and you can start looking to see if you have any old checking and savings account, forgotten pay checks, safe deposit boxes, or trust distributions that are due to you. A friend of mine did this recently and found two old checks. Pretty sweet unexpected bonanza in a recession. [More]

Find Unclaimed Money With MissingMoney.com

Find Unclaimed Money With MissingMoney.com

If you think you might have some unclaimed money floating around somewhere, you should check out MissingMoney.com and find out.

Bank Of America Refuses To Pay 80-Year-Old's $5,000 Bond

Bank Of America Refuses To Pay 80-Year-Old's $5,000 Bond

Bette Miller has a bond she purchased in 1984 from Rainier National Bank. That bank was purchased by other bank, which was then purchased by Bank of America.