Find a Lost Bank Savings Account, Unclaimed Checking Account or Missing CD


Bank accounts and CDs are among the most commonly misplaced assets. They frequently go unclaimed after death of a family member, and with surname and address changes following marriage or divorce. Compounding the problem is the large number of bank closures and name changes over the years. Once prominent institutions including AmSouth, BankBoston, Bane One, Chemical, California… Click Here to Read More

NCUA and FDIC Insured Accounts at Failed Banks and Credit Unions

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The federal government administers insurance funds responsible for protecting depositors from losses when banks fail. More than 1,400 banks and 700 savings and loans closed between 1982 and 1992. Five hundred banks failed during the great recession of 2008 including the largest ever, Washington Mutual (WaMu) – with $182 billion in deposits. Did you have an… Click Here to Read More

Replace Lost, Destroyed or Stale-dated Checks


Checks often go unclaimed after they are lost or destroyed, returned by the post office as undeliverable, or because the payee simply forgets to present them for payment. Failure to cash or deposit a check does not terminate your right to the funds and the issuer’s responsibility to pay. This is generally true even if… Click Here to Read More

Find a Missing Credit Union Account – Trace an Unclaimed IRA or Lost CD


Credit union accounts are considered dormant and unclaimed when the owner fails to make a deposit or withdrawal over an extended period, or when a statement or other official correspondence is returned undelivered by the post office. Allowing a Certificate of Deposit (CD) to automatically roll over, or failing to take a required distribution from… Click Here to Read More

Lost Safe Deposit Box Search

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Confidentiality concerns, both on the part of owners and the institutions where safe deposit boxes are located, make this type of asset one that commonly goes unclaimed by heirs. If you know the name of the bank where the box was held, but the branch has since moved, changed its name, or closed, don’t assume… Click Here to Read More

Missing Assets and Unclaimed Funds Search

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By law, financial assets are considered dormant or abandoned when contact with the owner is lost – typically due to a name change after marriage or divorce, an unreported address change or the expiration of a postal forwarding order, because of incomplete or illegible records, and most commonly after an untimely death. Over $58 billion… Click Here to Read More