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Unclaimed Money Utah

The state of Utah is currently in possession of more than $38 million of unclaimed money and it has returned more than a quarter of a billion dollars of missing money over the years. The Utah Treasurer is asking residents of the state to search for unclaimed cash they are entitled to, and you could be one of those people.

The Utah missing money belongs not only to current residents of the state but also those who no longer live in Utah. So, if you ever lived in Utah or currently reside in the state, there is a big chance you are entitled to unclaimed cash held by the Treasurer Office.

Unclaimed Money Utah

What is Unclaimed Money?

Missing money, unclaimed property, lost money etc., - no matter what you call it, all these terms refer to the same thing; money that was left behind and forgotten by its owners. Forgetting money is fairly common in the United States because many people make changes that involve their finances and make them leave money behind.

If you ever changed your address, failed to claim tax refunds, switched banks and made any number of changes in your life, it is likely you left money behind. To claim back unclaimed property that belongs to you or one of your family members, you can use one of three methods to search for the cash and assets that you are entitled to.


Missing Money in Utah

If you want to perform a Utah unclaimed property search, you can search for it in the State Treasurer website. The site can help you track down missing money if you are currently a resident of Utah. To conduct the lost money search, you will need to enter your last name/business name and your first name on the Treasurer's website.

Another method for searching Utah unclaimed property is by using a free missing money search website. When using such websites, it is important that you find out exactly what they offer users. There are many free lost money search websites that provide a number of services for free, but only to a limited extent. For full access to Utah public records, you will need to pay these "free" money search sites.

There are also free unclaimed money search websites that do not charge users for any fees. The problem with these websites is that they cannot afford to provide users with full access to Utah public records. Also, free websites cannot provide users with a customer support service and a security system, so you should carefully consider whether or not to use free money websites.

Utah Unclaimed Property

Using a Professional Unclaimed Money Search Website

To be certain that you find accurate information about Utah unclaimed property, you need to use a website that has access to all the public records in the state. GoLookUp provides users with this type of access, so they can perform a Utah unclaimed property search for money and assets that belong to you. The Utah unclaimed property search available to you on GoLookUp also allows you to search for missing money and assets that belong to your family members. Under state and federal law, unclaimed money can be claimed back by the people it belongs to, as well as their family members. So, you can look up missing Utah money that your family members – living or deceased.

To track down missing money that you are entitled to, all you have to do is enter your name into GoLookUp's unclaimed money search directory. As soon as you do, GoLookUp will scan all the public records in Utah to find that money registered to your name. If you want to find Utah unclaimed property that belongs to your family members or search for money in a state other than Utah, you can easily do so with GoLookUp unlimited search service.

Also, GoLookUp provides all users with advanced security services to make sure all their personal information is safe. To round up the missing money service also provides users with 24/7 customer support services, so if you have any questions, you will always have someone to help you.  

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Enter your name to start searching! 100% confidential! Updated on November 14, 2019
100 Million Records Available!