Are you interested in becoming an unclaimed money finder? Well, you’ve come to the right place!
I’ll show you everything you need to do to get started in this largely unknown but profitable business.
Notice how Rebecca Jarvis tells Harry Smith that the letters he has received in the mail are probably a scam as she is handing him notices that he has money being held for him!
Obviously the notices were for real!
Every state has their own unclaimed money state laws and guidelines that they follow regarding unclaimed money and unclaimed money finders.
Most states call unclaimed money finders “fee finders”, “heir finders”, or “locators”.
Regardless of what they call you, if you are an unclaimed money finder, you need to know the laws of the states that you are looking in.
Click on any of the states below to access information on the unclaimed money laws for that particular state (this is different from the map on the unclaimed funds page):
I’ve been finding unclaimed money for fifteen years and I’ve seen a lot!
I’m sharing my knowledge because there is just too much money out there to claim and it is growing every day. There are billions of dollars belonging to millions of accounts!
There are not enough people to return all of this money to its rightful owners.
If you become an unclaimed money finder, not only do you get to make money at your own pace, full time or part time, but you get to help people that most likely could use some extra money.
It’s a great feeling when you get money back for someone and they tell you that they can now fix their truck, pay their bills, or even take the vacation they’ve always wanted to take!
So, please take a look at all the site has to offer and please let me know if you have any comments or questions.