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Unclaimed Bank Account Search
assets are considered
abandoned after the owner or heirs do not 'communicate an interest' in
them over an extended period. Bank accounts are
considered dormant when you fail to make a deposit or withdrawal in a
given year, when you let a CD automatically roll-over, even when a
statement or other official correspondence addressed to you is returned
by the post office as undeliverable.
This often occurs upon the death of a family member, a name change after marriage or divorce, the expiration of a mail forwarding order after a move, or as a result of a clerical error. Did you or a family member have unclaimed money at a bank that moved, changed its name or closed its doors?
Don't assume that because your bank, savings and loan or credit union no longer exists that unclaimed funds are lost forever. Your account may have been transferred to a successor bank or a government custodian after a merger or acquisition.
Even if your bank failed and closed its doors, you may still be entitled to collect up to $250,000 per account in FDIC or NCUA insurance. Unclaimed money may be recovered after years of inactivity, even if a passbook is lost or destroyed, but you should take prompt action to recover your funds. To trace an unclaimed bank account, credit union share, IRA or lost certificate of deposit complete the form below.
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