State Treasurer Riley Moore today announced that during November, the State Treasury’s Unclaimed Assets Division returned more than $1.4 million in unclaimed assets to individuals, businesses and other organizations.
“We continue to see very strong sums of unclaimed property being paid to rightful owners,” said Treasurer Moore. “With inflation and holiday spending people need every dollar they can get – so I encourage everyone to visit our website Check to see if there is any unclaimed money in your name. “
The Unclaimed Property Division paid 1,337 claims worth a total of $1,406,425 during November.
Unclaimed assets often include outdated financial accounts, checks or payments that may not have been cashed, forgotten, or received by the intended owner. These funds are often turned over to state treasuries after they have been idle for a year or more.
“Often these are rebates, refunds, or premium payments that people don’t even know are out there in their name,” Moore said. It is important to always check and see if you are holding unclaimed property.”
Treasury Secretary Moore said his office has more than $300 million in unclaimed property listings of individuals, businesses and other organizations.he invites everyone to visit www.wvtreasury.com Search and see if you have funds to claim today.
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