We make it easier for you to find missing money and property by|
combining several local, state, and national unclaimed property databases.
Our database is constantly updated and continues to grow rapidly.
To see if we have located any of your money or property, simply enter
your first initial and last name in the box below and begin your hunt.
UnclaimedHunt.com Frequently Asked Questions
1. How do I narrow down my search?
2. How do I know the property is mine?
3. Why are some of the property listings missing information?
4. Can UnclaimedHunt.com help me reclaim my property?
5. Do you charge a fee for using UnclaimedHunt.com or claiming property?
6. Why do I have more property showing on your site than on other sites?
7. How do I claim money or property I found using UnclaimedHunt.com?
8. Can UnclaimedHunt.com search for property for me?
9. Can you contact me if something shows up in my name?
10. I think I have unclaimed property, but I was not able to find it. What should I do?
Q: How do I narrow down my search?
A: Once you perform your initial search, you will be able to narrow the results using a series of filtering options on the right side of the page.
Q: How do I know the property is mine?
A: The best way to verify ownership is by looking at the last known address along with the company who reported the unclaimed property. If you recall doing business with the company listed and you have lived at the address listed, the property could be yours. You should submit a claim inquiry. For unclaimed property held by state treasury, you work directly with the state and they assist in verifying your ownership of the property. For unclaimed property held by other organizations, it may differ. When viewing a specific unclaimed property item on UnclaimedHunt.com you will see links to forms and other prudent information on the right-hand side of the screen.
Q: Why are some of the property listings missing information?
A: Certain states have laws that prevent them from releasing the dollar amounts and/or last known addresses of property holders. Some of the dollar amounts are unknown because they are fluctuating stocks/bonds/etc. In some instances, the company reporting the unclaimed property may have provided incomplete information.
Q: Can UnclaimedHunt.com help me reclaim my property?
A: We cannot personally assist with the process of reclaiming your property, but we do try to provide you with the tools and information you need to take the process on with confidence.
Q: Do you charge any fees for using UnclaimedHunt.com or claiming property?
A: No. UnclaimedHunt.com is a free service.
Q: Why do I have more property showing on your site than on other sites?
A: UnclaimedHunt.com contains unclaimed property from a wide range of sources. We are constantly searching for more organizations that have publicly available unclaimed property records so that we can help get the cash or property back to its owner.
Q: How do I claim money I found using UnclaimedHunt.com?
A: The claims process differs depending on the state or organization that is holding the cash or property. If we have access to the claim request form, we will provide a link to it on the right hand side of the page when you are viewing the property details.
Q: Can UnclaimedHunt.com search for me?
A: Due to the volume of requests, we are unable to assist on an individual basis. We hope you find that you won't need assistance once you see how easy it is to search for unclaimed money and property using UnclaimedHunt.com.
Q: Can you contact me if something shows up in my name?
A: Registered members can receive customized email updates when cash or property is found in their name. In addition, registered members also have the option of customizing their updates with the names of friends and family. Registering is free and easy.
Q: I am sure I have unclaimed property, but it did not show up when I searched. What should I do?
A: It is possible that your unclaimed property has not yet been reported or handed over to the state. It is also possible that we have not yet obtained the listing. We suggest visiting our state information page to locate specific private and state unclaimed property resources that are also searchable.