Huntington Beach, California (PressExposure) April 12, 2012 -- A new lost money database is doing its part to help states and the Federal government return billions of dollars to millions of U.S. citizens. For those who have ever found money in the couch cushions or on the floorboard of a car, now there is a way to search for even more lost money with a simple search.
Cash Unclaimed is considered one of the world's largest databases for finding lost money. The money found from the site is typically from paychecks that have never been cashed, bank accounts that have been forgotten about, safety deposit boxes that have laid dormant and even uncashed utility deposit checks. Typically, lost money is due to the fact that the original owner never changed their address after moving. These individuals never notified their former employer or their former utility companies and so the money goes missing. The lost money is actually kept in Treasury accounts in all 50 states and in a few Federal government accounts. There the money sits until someone comes along and finds it.
Cash Unclaimed hopes to return all this lost money to the original owners. Users of the site have reportedly found money ranging from hundreds of dollars to hundreds of thousands of dollars. For most Americans, found money would be a nice surprise and a hefty burden lifted off their shoulders. With the recent Mega Millions debacle, many Americans are hoping for some type of windfall to save them from having to participate in the rat race. Cash Unclaimed hopes that its free lost money searches will help many Americans find the money they need to make life a little easier.
Cash Unclaimed offers a free search for lost money by visiting its website. While the states and the Federal government Treasurers have tried to do their part to return the lost money to the original recipients, there is still a lot of money to be found.
About Cash Unclaimed: Considered one of the world's largest databases for finding lost money, Cash Unclaimed is attempting to do its part to reconnect the billions of dollars in lost money to the original owners. Found money is nothing new, as people have been searching for lost money for many years now, but Cash Unclaimed is offering a free lost money search to help lessen the billions of dollars just sitting in state and government coffers. To conduct a free lost money search and to join the millions that have already found money, visit http://www.cashunclaimed.com/funds-property/found-state-links.phtml.