Unclaimed Money & Property Finder - Maybe You're Richer Than You Think! This simple, yet powerful program gives you access to the US treasury's massive database of unclaimed cash, properties, funds, accounts and more! Also includes Canadian fund
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Description: Unclaimed Money & Property Finder - Maybe You're Richer Than You Think! This simple, yet powerful program gives you access to the US treasury's massive database of unclaimed cash, properties, funds, accounts and more! Also includes coverage/databases for Canadian funds.
The US Treasury holds more than 36 Billion dollars in unclaimed funds from old/expired bank accounts, seizures, insurance actions and so on. The Canadian database contains over $270 Million in unclaimed accounts. Download now to start your search!
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