Unclaimed Property Search – One (1) State

Many states have laws that require corporations to make annual reviews of their financial records, and to report moneys held on their books over three years on behalf of third parties (mostly customers). Those cash and property holdings must then be reported to an agency of the state’s government. In some states, the Secretary of State maintains those records. In California, the State Controller is charged with the responsibility for maintaining the records.

Records held for several years—the exact number of years depends on the character of the property (cash, stock, etc.)—become property of the state if the property is not claimed by the owner(s).

So it pays to find out if your state is holding any of your money. Our searches provide reasonable identification of the property, and an account number assigned by the state, if available. Then you can claim your property.

Our searches always come with a written report of our findings.

Note: We cannot obtain any information in violation of federal banking privacy laws pertaining to banks and investment institutions, including without limitation the Financial Services Modernization Act of 1999, commonly known as the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act; and, in particular, the financial privacy rules codified at 15 U.S. Code §§ 6801-6809; and the provisions of 15 USC §§ 6821-6827, and related statutes.

Unclaimed Property Search Fee – $150.00 No Hit Fee $75.00

Our average turnaround time for these searches is 1 to 2 business days.