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Offline Ct Yankee

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Unclaimed Property tip
« on: February 02, 2024, 1450 UTC »
May I make a suggestion to all, search your state's unclaimed property list for monies they may be holding for you.

I heard my State Treasurer speak on WTIC 1080 AM about Connecticut's list.  I decided to check my name and there was a small claim for me.  I checked for a son who lived at a residence in California 10 years ago and who now is back east 2 years, there were monies for him.

I would check every state in which you, or estate you were responsible, had an address.  In a search engine type in
(your state) Unclaimed Property then fill out website's search.  In filling out the state's website search, I would use last name and town only.

For example, here is Connecticut's site: https://ctbiglist.com (Heck, maybe you can fund that new shack yet.) 🤣
« Last Edit: February 02, 2024, 1510 UTC by Ct Yankee »
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