Missing Securities: Find Unclaimed Stocks, Bonds and Mutual Funds

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The SEC estimates 3 million stockholders are entitled to unclaimed stock worth $10 billion. Additionally, $500 million in lost stock dividends are not cashed each year. A wave of corporate mergers, acquisitions, restructurings, share spin-offs and name changes has dramatically increased the amount of lost stock and unclaimed dividends. If you’re a stockholder in a company… Click Here to Read More

Lost US Savings Bonds Search

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More than 55 million Americans own savings bonds, often purchased through payroll withholding plans or received as gifts. All U.S. Savings Bonds stop earning interest at final maturity, forty years or less from the issue date. The total value of unredeemed bonds that have reached final maturity currently exceeds $17 billion. And each year over… Click Here to Read More

Replace Lost, Destroyed or Stale-dated Checks

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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

NS&I National Savings Unclaimed Premium Bonds & Prizes

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NS&I – National Savings and Investments – is one of the largest savings organisations in the UK, with over 26 million customers and more than £100 billion invested. NS&I separated from the Post Office Savings Bank in 1969. In 1996, it became an Executive Agency of the Chancellor of the Exchequer. More than a third… Click Here to Read More

U.S. Postal Savings System – Postal Savings Bonds & Certificates

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The US Postal Savings System was established in 1911. At inception, Postal Savings Certificates were issued in denominations of $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100; later $200, $500, $1,000 & $2,500 were added. Interest was paid at the rate of 2% per annum. Certificates could be exchanged in increments of $20 for Postal Savings Bonds,… Click Here to Read More