Good Morning America Unclaimed Money

March 24, 2011 by Post Team 

Good Morning America Unclaimed Money, Billions of dollars. This is the amount of unclaimed money in the U.S. waiting to be returned to rightful owners. The money has forgotten the apartment security deposits, uncashed checks overtime and insurance reimbursements have lost, and he is sitting there waiting for you.

Banks and other businesses are required to put more money unclaimed States for safekeeping. The 50 states plus the District of Columbia have introduced a free Web site, you can use to see if funding forgotten your name.

“GMA” has decided to try it.

At the crossroads of America, Times Square, we created our “GMA” headquarters of the unclaimed money.

Soon we are in business and I am a hero or a zero.

Initially, we are sweating – in fact freezing – as we get anything done. Nada.

But then along a woman is lucky.

Motorola gets its money and the State of New York is sending a check.

It is important to check each state where you lived.

And every name you’ve always lived under.

And every name you’ve always lived under.

Thirty-two minutes after our experience, we have reached a scratch.

We found some money to several people in a row.

Not all state sites tell you how much money you have coming.

Then a woman approached us suspected there was money not claimed on behalf of her husband. Indeed, there was money waiting for him to kind of bank check is used. And we suspect the amount is high because the state of New York was not prepared to send a check in the dark. Instead, the state wanted the couple to submit an affidavit to claim their funds.

We conducted searches found no money in seven of these cases.

We found the money for these people happy using the free website set up by states. But there are new ways to find money unclaimed by checking with the federal government as well.

The Treasury Department
The Treasury Department has billions of dollars in savings bonds that have matured and are not interest earning more but who have not been cashed by the owners. The Treasury has set up a website where you can search by social security number.

Bank deposits are insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., and if you do not get your money when the bank fails, the FDIC believes that the money for you. For credit unions failed, the National Credit Union Association does the same thing.


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2 Responses to “Good Morning America Unclaimed Money”

  1. stacy shepherd on December 14th, 2011 1:33 pm

    goodmorningamerica lies about helping find unclaimed money. Liars

  2. Brenda Hinkle on December 21st, 2011 9:53 pm

    I really would like to know just what we have to find unclaimed money >>I have seen this 2 times on gma> love your show!! Thanks