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larrykazee

In response to: Unclaimed Lottery Ticket

larrykazee

Back in 2004 I played second chance drawing with Illinois lottery,where I had to send thirty tickets a week for three months after the promotion was over, I think I won but someone stole the check from the lottery out the mail.

 Permalink 07/20/11 @ 10:50
Monik

In response to: Palonek Helps Texans Find Cash This Christmas

Monik

Hey I am from El Paso and I was wondering if my grand mother who has now passed away had any money, so I followed your article and found she had over eight bank accounts! one of these accounts had only 40 bucks, but I am still happy as the total adds up to almost a thousand dollars. Nice Xmas present Grama!

 Permalink 12/16/09 @ 14:02
Doris N.Cintron

In response to: FoundMoney And Bondholders, Reunion Of The Unclaimed

Doris N.Cintron

Doris N.Cintron

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Thank you,

Doris N.Cintron
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 Permalink 10/20/09 @ 16:26
Barbara Johnson

In response to: Uncle Sam the new Santa Claus?

Barbara Johnson

I did not receive my stimulus package for the year 2008. I did for this year, 2009 but not 2008 or 2007….and I am on SSI; and here I thought all people were supposed to receive at least $200.00 in those years? Pleae correct me if I am wrong; which I have been known to be from time to time. 2007= $300. and then in 2008== $250.00 and then in 2009 we all receieved $250…

 Permalink 10/20/09 @ 15:04
Barbara Johnson

In response to: Missing money world wide

Barbara Johnson

find lost money in my name

 Permalink 10/20/09 @ 14:55
zoraida miha

In response to: FoundMoney And Bondholders, Reunion Of The Unclaimed

zoraida miha

I don’t have a credit card. But would like a phone # were I could call to find out about if my family unclaimed money. Please e-mail me the information. Thank-you

 Permalink 10/20/09 @ 10:11
Unclaimed Money Guru

In response to: The fight over $16 Billion Dollars

Unclaimed Money Guru

The closest alive relative can claim the money. In your case you should be able to claim the fund right away.

It is unfortunate that the local state governments want to use these unclaimed bond funds to fund their local expenditures. This is also why having an unclaimed money monitor can help you by notifying you about money that becomes unclaimed.

 Permalink 10/20/09 @ 09:28
John

In response to: The fight over $16 Billion Dollars

John

That is horrible, these bonds were also used to pay the veterans, the people that were fighting for our freedom. now the gov wants to take that money???

 Permalink 10/20/09 @ 01:13
guest

In response to: The fight over $16 Billion Dollars

guest

Can a distant relative of a WW who has passed away recently get the money?

 Permalink 10/19/09 @ 22:10
Unclaimed Money Guru

In response to: The fight over $16 Billion Dollars

Unclaimed Money Guru

The point is, this money does not belong to the government. The money does belong to the people who purchased the bonds, their children, relatives and people who are named in wills not local state government body. In the past it has been proven that a small infusion of money never solves an ongoing fiscal problem. If you never fix the underlying issue the problem always comes back. And this money can do good for the people to whom it belongs and there are countless examples of this.

 Permalink 10/19/09 @ 17:25
Sid

In response to: The fight over $16 Billion Dollars

Sid

If no one is going to get this money then why not use it?

 Permalink 10/19/09 @ 16:47
OREL BRIDGES, JR.

In response to:

OREL BRIDGES, JR.

question

Does the state seize unclaimed funds
from gambling casinos in the state of
Louisiana.

If not what do they do with unclaimed
funds.

Please advise

thank you.

 Permalink 10/19/09 @ 16:43
anonymous

In response to: The fight over $16 Billion Dollars

anonymous

The World War II veterans must be outraged, not that many of them are left,. Now that they are gone the government is trying to take their money, I am amazed at how ridiculous this makes the local states look.

 Permalink 10/19/09 @ 13:43
Lun

In response to: The fight over $16 Billion Dollars

Lun

I think I found money under by great grand fathers name. I called my Mom and she confirmed it, what do I do next? How can I get this money?

 Permalink 10/19/09 @ 13:29
Unclaimed Money Guru

In response to: The fight over $16 Billion Dollars

Unclaimed Money Guru

To check for unclaimed money, please try to be specific in your searches. With so many records sometimes it may take a minute or two to find the money. When a World War II bond was purchased, the name of the purchaser was recorder, as and in many cases the Social Security number was recorded as well. In cases where Social Security was recorded this can be matched to your parents or grand parents, or even their relatives. But majority of the time people do not know their grand parents Social Security number, but they do remember their names, this is why it is so crucial to do a family name search. And yes the Federal government should not give up its status as a holder of these funds. Sixteen billion dollar is no pocket change.

Unclaimed Guru

 Permalink 10/19/09 @ 12:32
Linda

In response to: The fight over $16 Billion Dollars

Linda

It’s outrageous, is is bad enough of all the bailout, but this is just too much - this money does not belong to the state gov

 Permalink 10/19/09 @ 12:21
David

In response to: The fight over $16 Billion Dollars

David

My parents used to talk about the wolrd ward quite a bit at home. How can I be certian that I have unclaimed bonds?

 Permalink 10/19/09 @ 10:36
Randy J

In response to: Palonek & Santa Claus find money

Randy J

I found $2,000 from my late uncle. Thank you Mr. Palonek

Randy J
Ohio

 Permalink 12/10/08 @ 11:45
Bronko

In response to: Palonek & Santa Claus find money

Bronko

I just found $890, nice xmas present. Thank you Mr. Palonek, thank you Santa, don’t forget to drop by my house again!

 Permalink 12/06/08 @ 13:27
Emdadul huq

In response to: How would you like to find $63,000?

I want to a winner of one ,so I can try this this .

 Permalink 11/08/08 @ 23:11
BETTY

In response to: Return of the Found Money Giveaway - Now Weekly!

BETTY

I KNOW I WILL WIN,THANKS

 Permalink 11/07/08 @ 02:46
Joyce Ann Aiken

In response to: Return of the Found Money Giveaway - Now Weekly!

Joyce Ann Aiken

From: Joyce (Visitor)
Thank you,Ihope I win.

 Permalink 10/25/08 @ 10:53
Robert

In response to: Return of the Found Money Giveaway - Now Weekly!

Robert

Thank you so much, I hope I win.

 Permalink 09/20/08 @ 00:03
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