The Largest Unclaimed Money Claim in History… $6.1 Million

I just love hearing stories such as this where a woman living in Kansas City Missouri received over $6 million from a single lost stock certificate that her deceased relatives, she may have never even met before.

As I sit in a meeting, or at lunch with a group of business people I have never met and they ask what I do, I just smile when they respond that they know where all their money is and that they would not have any unclaimed property.  The odds are actually 8 out of 10 adult Americans have a claim.  Heck… I had to laugh at myself this weekend since I too have fallen into the trap of saying… “I don’t have any unclaimed money out there. Why? Even I can have unclaimed property I have forgotten. Because I am in the business of helping millions of consumers find their lost money and I certainly would not lose track of mine.” Well, unfortunately I got caught in my own process when I was testing a new search process we are installing for consumers and I plugged in my own name knowing it would return NO ACCOUNTS FOUND.  It didn’t!!  It returned several accounts in my name and sure enough at least 1 is mine.  I had to laugh. 🙂

As for our little lady in Kansas City, you need to watch this amazing news story on her claim of $6.1 million, as well as the billions the state unclaimed property offices are holding… just waiting for us to connect you to.

Just as this woman discovered, never say never as to not having a claim, there may be a relative you have never met that left behind something very valuable that you can claim.

You have yet to start your free unclaimed money search, just CLICK HERE and get started today with LostMoney.com

 

 

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