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Homer D. Poe

Lost and Forgotten Treasure $$Unclaimed Funds (still under construction but ready to use right now, Come back to see updates)

ABC News recently reported over $32 Billion in
unclaimed money and funds.
It's estimated more than half of all Americans are
owed money that sits unclaimed:
Utility and rent deposits
Life insurance proceeds
Uncashed checks and old bank accounts
Lost stock certificates
Forgotten paychecks
Deceased relatives funds

I will help you find your Lost Money.
I'll help you locate money and funds that are legally yours. 
This website includes all the information you
need to find and claim your money.

If you find a link that wont open let me know
and I'll e-mail it to you. Gene
PS: I like hearing about successes
that you had also. [email protected] 

All the State money LINKS are at the bottom of this page

 This page will cover finding money and doing business with the Goverment. This one site alone will keep you busy for hours it's
the USDA porcurment office, they buy a lot. Selling to Uncle Sam.  Free Web Access to Public Records

This information is currently free, once this page is complete. These links will only be provided to my subscribers.

To receive updates as they are added , fill in the form and hit Subscribe. Much more to come!

Beware of Finder Firms

If you do lose track of your assets, a finder firm may contact you by mail or telephone
and offer to reunite you with your assets for a fee.
If you receive a letter from a finder firm, we encourage you to take the following steps:

  • Check with the State Treasurer’s Office to find out if your property has been turned
    over to the state.
    Follow the “Search Cash Dash” link at the bottom side of this page and enter your name.
    We will return your cash and assets for free.
  • Check with your local county treasurer’s office to find out if the property has been
    turned over to them.
    Overpayments on County property taxes are never remitted to the
    State Treasurer’s Office, and some counties
    will absorb overpayments as revenue after a certain time period.

  • If you receive a finder letter and do not locate your assets at a governmental agency,
    make contact with those institutions that hold your assets such as your bank as well as
    your broker if you are a shareholder.
Time to Find Your Family's MONEY

What can you do for me? 
I help you find your Unclaimed Funds, which is money or property that you own from the past,
but you do not know about. Approximately 26 million Americans have unclaimed funds owed
to them, and most don't even know it! I'll show you how to reclaim any money that is owed to you. 

Is there money owed to me?
If you have ever moved without getting your utility deposit back, or forgotten about an old checking
or savings account, there's a good chance you have unclaimed funds owed to you.
Other common situations are if a distant relative passes away, or if you have changed
your name after marriage or divorce.  

How much does it cost to sign up?
The links I provide are from your State and do not charge for this service

Is there a "catch"?
There is no catch. I provide a valuable service, which you can experience on your own.
You decide on your own if you want to register, and if you want to after that provide me any
information that I can pass along to others that would be helpful. Write me at [email protected]
There are never any hidden fees or any other charges. 

How do I contact you?
I'm here to help! You can e-mail me and I will respond by e-mail, 

Searching Tips
If your search was unsuccessful, try entering:  

  • Just your LAST NAME
  • Spaces will affect the results; check that you did not enter a space before or after the name (other than to separate the last and first names)
  • Eliminate spaces or punctuation within the LAST NAME (e.g. O'Conner - Oconner) Try a few variations of spelling your LAST NAME (common misspellings) 

Corporate entity names may be abbreviated (ex. AT&T or A T & T or Amer Tel & Tel)


By State

Unclaimed Check with the unclaimed property departments in other states where you have lived
Alabama, Alaska, Alberta Canada, Arizona, Colorado, District of Columbia,
Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana,
Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi,
Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire,
New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania,
Puerto Rico, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah,
Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin,
Don't forget the "IRS"
 you could have money there also.


More Lost Money Sites
The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC) reported today that it is holding
$133 million in unclaimed pension benefits for 32,000 people
owed money from terminated defined benefit pension plans.

There is no government wide, centralized information service or database
on how unclaimed government assets may be obtained. Each individual
federal agency maintains its own records, for more information.
For more info follow the link below
U.S. Government Manual: Browse the 2009-2010 Edition