Unclaimed Money Washington
Since 1955, the state of Washington has returned more than $1 billion of unclaimed money to the residents of the state. As of 2018, there are still $300 million that belong to over 1 million Washington residents. Most of the Washington unclaimed property is held by the State Treasurer, and residents can claim it back at any time.
If you ever lived in Washington, you can find out if you are entitled to missing money is the state by searching for with three online services. Also, if you lived in Washington in the past, or have deceased family members that lived in the state, you may also be entitled to Washington unclaimed property and missing money.
What is Unclaimed Money?
Over the past decades, many people in the US had left behind and forgotten money when they made certain changes in their lives. Such changes include changing of address, contact information, switching jobs, leaving banks, and other similar changes.
As a result, more than $58 billion are currently held by US states that encourage residents to claim back the missing money they are entitled to. The lost money is held in various places, such as closed bank accounts, savings bonds, pension funds, and more. By using an unclaimed money search service, you can find out if you have any Washington unclaimed property owed to you so you can claim it back.
Missing Money in Washington
The Washington unclaimed property is maintained by the state treasurer that operates an online service to allow residents to search for their missing money. By entering your first name, last name and business name (in case you/your relatives operated a business in Washington), you will be able to find out what you are entitled to.
The second method for a Washington unclaimed property search is using a free online service that can track down missing money for you. Free unclaimed money search websites can find money that belongs to Washington residents by searching for it in public records.
When you search for free money search websites, you will come across two kinds; the first kind of unclaimed money search sites only advertises itself as free, but in reality, these sites charge users for money.
The second kind of free money search websites do not charge users for any fees, but they cannot provide several important services that can help you find out if you are entitled to money. Free unclaimed money search websites cannot access all the public records in Washington and other states because they lack the financial resources for this type of access. Also, the lack of funds causes free money search website to be unable to provide users with a customer support service and a security system.
Using a Professional Unclaimed Money Search Website
The best and most efficient way to find Washington unclaimed property is by using a professional public records website – GoLookUp. Once you enter your name into GoLookUp's advanced unclaimed money search directory, the search engine will scan millions of public records that contain data about the name you entered. In a matter of moments, you will receive an answer as to whether or not you are entitled to missing money so you will be able to easily claim it back.
To secure all your personal information and search history, GoLookUp also provides an advanced security system at all times. An additional 24/7 service provided by GoLookUp is the websites customer support service that can provide you with assistance whenever you need.
To search Washington unclaimed property, simply log into GoLookUp, and we will do all the searching for you!