Palonek Helps With Some Found Money To Help Pay Christmas Credit Cards Bills

Las Vegas, NV (PressExposure) January 18, 2012 -- Have you promised ourself not to over spend during during Christmas season but then found that you just couldn't resist all those sales before and after Christmas.

Your credit card statements are starting to come in and if you are like most people , you now find yourself wondering how you are going to pay those bills.

You are probably experiencing "Credit Card Blues"... there may be an opportunity that gives you a chance to pay off that Christmas debt from forgotten money you didn't even know you had. It could be as simple as clicking a computer mouse.

Palonek, founder of Foundmoney.com, a company specializing in helping people re-united with their assets, such as cash, stocks, deposits and real estate, since 1994, says that you may be one of millions of Americans that are rightfully entitled to their lost or forgotten money.

Some good news for consumers in the U.S, is that unclaimed proprty regulators are expanding the scope and definition of property that is reportable as unclaimed.

According to Edward Palonek, We are seeing more and more states starting to aggressively enforce their unclaimed property laws to help in their recovery from the recession.

To help with this, new assets that will be soon classified as unclaimed in many states. This assets will include, inventory, vendor samples, unused magazine subscriptions, rebates, and even gift cards.

"This is great news for Americans and will put more money back into their hands, since it's found money that rightfully belongs to them", says Palonek.

"Many folks could use some extra cash right now to pay off those credit card bills & Foundmoney.com wants to help Americans get back what is actually theirs", says Palonek.

You could be one of those lucky Americans that have money just sitting there waiting to be claimed. Don't delay, start your search now, you could be richer that you think.

Press Release Submitted On: January 18, 2012 at 3:09 pm
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