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Does the State of New Jersey owe you Money?

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Expanding on initial patch article today, the State of New Jersey has more than $4.5 billion waiting to be claimed, and some of it could be owed to you.

So, if you ever forgot about savings accounts, property rebates, utility deposits, lost a check, or had dividends that you didn’t know about. New Jersey is trying to find the rightful owners of the money that they have been holding.

To achieve this, they have subscribed and sent the information to MissingMoney.com, where you can type in your name a filter through the different listings.

This Link will take you right to the site.

From the Editor: I typed in my name and found about 30 matches, but unfortunate none of the listings were for me so without the windfall of cash I’ll continue to be your editor on this site.

More about Missing Money:

MissingMoney.com is officially endorsed by NAUPA and the participating states and provinces. Our site will assist you in thoroughly searching all participating states to find your family's missing, lost, and unclaimed property, money, and assets.

MissingMoney.com has the most updated information for the state and provincial offices, their websites with contact information and property listings. Searches and claiming are always FREE. Information goes securely and directly to the state/provincial unclaimed property office.

MissingMoney.com Benefits 

  • Data is refreshed and NEW unclaimed properties added WEEKLY from participating states
  • Searches are free of charge.

For New Jersey, the authority is the State of New Jersey Department of Treasury.

Where they state the Unclaimed Property Administration (UPA) recovers and records abandoned or lost intangible and tangible property. The UPA’s goal is to return this property to the rightful owner and/or heirs. NJ Unclaimed Property Statute states that property owners never relinquish the right to this property and that the UPA acts as a custodian until the property is returned.

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