- Find those who have Unclaimed Property (usually held by their state government)
- Inform them that they have been “Discovered”
- Help them obtain their Unclaimed Property
We DON’T charge any fees and are currently staffed by volunteers. Of course, we do accept donations to help further the tax-exempt mission of Discovered Money.
Don’t pay someone to perform a search— we do it for FREE!
Learn more about our unclaimed property outreach programs here.
We also dedicate our time to unclaimed property advocacy:
- Our volunteers advocate for the citizens who are unaware they are listed in unclaimed property databases.
- We publicize and share all of the important legislative updates in this industry.
- We strive for fair and equitable treatment of the lost money nationwide; during the safekeeping term, every unclaimed money fund should earn interest for the rightful owners.
- We support the “open government” principle: this encourages information and data transparency by local, state and federal governments.
- We support the “open data” movement: all unclaimed property data should be freely and publicly released in a format that is easy to share with the masses.
25422 Trabuco Rd., Suite 105202
Lake Forest, CA 92630
Telephone: (949) 216-0499
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- Unclaimed Property Audits: Don't cheat on escheat! - JD Supra (press release)
- Inserts, mailings seek owners of W.Va. unclaimed property - Charleston Daily Mail
- Treasurer to publish unclaimed property owners - Dailyleader
- 75 People with Unclaimed Property in Southern Idaho - Twin Falls Times-News
- Fitch: $31M in unclaimed property in Mississippi - WJTV
- Unclaimed property owners notified by letter in WV - WVVA TV (registration)
- Millions up for grabs in unclaimed property - Mississippi News Now
- Broker-Dealers — New Targets Of Unclaimed Property Audits - Law360 (subscription)
- Minnesota's unclaimed property worth $650 million - KARE
- Is Unclaimed Property a Skeleton in Your Corporate Closet? - CFO Magazine