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Massachusetts Unclaimed Money

The state of Massachusetts is currently holding more than $2 billion in unclaimed money that is waiting to be collected. Residents of the state can search for unclaimed funds that belong to them and claim it back when they want to. Also, past residents of Massachusetts are entitled to search for unclaimed money and unclaimed property they may have left behind after leaving Massachusetts.

If you ever lived in Massachusetts, operated a business in the state or handled money in Massachusetts in any kind of way, you may be entitled to a cut from the $2 of unclaimed funds in the state. You can search for the money and property that belong to you in three main methods, and this is where you can find out the best way to perform a Massachusetts unclaimed property search.

Massachusetts Unclaimed Money

What is Unclaimed Money?

Unclaimed money is money that is tied up in different financial institutions and accounts, such as savings bonds, old bank accounts, uncashed paychecks, unreturned tax refunds, state-held property and more.

As of today, there are more than $58 billion in unclaimed money in the US that has yet to be collected by its rightful owners. If you ever moved out of state, changed your address within your state, closed a bank account, quit a job and made other changes that involve finances, there us a great chance that you left money behind. The law in the US forbids authorities from using unclaimed funds that belong to the country's residents, which means that you can locate and claim back unclaimed money whenever you want without dispute.

 

Lost Money in Massachusetts

Massachusetts allows current residents to search for unclaimed money in two different ways:

Online – the state's unclaimed money search website allows you to search for lost money based on your name and address.

Via phone – you can call the Unclaimed Property Division of the Treasurer's Office and ask if you have any Massachusetts unclaimed property registered to your name.

If you no longer reside in Massachusetts, you can still find out if you left any money in the state. To do that, you will need to enter free unclaimed money search websites that will provide you with the necessary information. However, using these kinds of websites could mean that you will not find what you are searching for. Why? Because websites that do not charge any fees from users lack the financial means to access all the public records in Massachusetts and any other state in the US. Also, free unclaimed money search websites cannot afford to operate a customer support service or provide their users with a protection system.

You should also be on the lookout for free unclaimed property websites that charge users for fees. These sites have access to all the Massachusetts public records, and they only provide a few select services for free, which means that you will need to pay these websites to run an unclaimed money search.

Unclaimed Money Massachusetts

Using a Professional Unclaimed Money Search Website

If you want to be certain that you find unclaimed money that belongs to you, the best option is to use GoLookUp's unclaimed money search. To run a search query in Massachusetts, all you have to do is enter your name into GoLookUp's unclaimed money search query. The search will last a few moments, and at the end of it, you will get a complete financial report.

If you have any questions regarding a certain service, you can contact GoLookUp's 24/7 customer support service that will help you. The advanced security system on GoLookUp always protects your personal information, so you will get the best unclaimed money search service available to you.

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Enter your name to start searching! 100% confidential! Updated on March 22, 2019
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