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Updated on September 23, 2015

You Never Know Until You Check It Out For Yourself


Unclaimed Money or Missing Money That Could Be Yours In A Few Short Weeks

It's not a secret now. When it comes to money, everyone could use and extra dollar these days. Whether working at work or on the computer after work, making more money is everyone's vision. Online, offline people really look forward to another means to have increase.

For some an extra $30 - $50 would make a difference. Some need or would like to have an extra $100 or $1000 a month . Well never give up on your dream and stay away from dream killers but while you're doing that make sure and go to this website

listed below (titled unclaimed) and check out and see if you or a relative or a friend that may have unclaimed money and never knew about it or maybe they did know about it and forgot it years ago because it was only a small amount. These days every dollar able to be put into your bank account is worth counting and taking into account.

It could be anything like an inactive bank accounts that you opened and never closed, un-cashed paychecks that you or a relative never cashed, death in the family, CDs, utility deposits, who knows, it could be and older life insurance policies, may be a dear friend or distant relative put you in a trust fund you never knew about.

Of course with any unclaimed money you will have to prove you are the person or rightful heir to claim the money. If you can it's money in the bank (so to speak for you and all you did was check it online. Oh and by the way its FREE to check this out.

Any one that charges you, you make sure you do not use there services.

If you have lived or live in the Pennsylvania, you can also check for yourself or heir of a family by calling the Pennsylvania Treasury Department at 800-222-2046.

Remember you never know until you check. Even if it's only $50. If you didn't have it before, doesn't it make a difference having it later?

I know years ago my father had died and he worked for Septa and do you know there was a check he did not pick (back from the 80's) and I was able to claim it. It was very small but at that time I could use something extra and something extra is better than nothing.

Who knows you may check it out for your family and be blessed with a little something.

You could check it out for your friends and they'll be happy you did they. They may be a blessing to you but it's best not to expect anything in return but their continued friendship. If they bless you with a few dollars that's a good thing, if not, that's OK 2 you still have a friend that will remember what you did for them right? RIGHT!

Have a Blessed day everyone.

Happy Hunting.

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