This may be the most important blog post you will ever read.
UPDATE: One of the hottest Google Hot Trends today is "missing money" so we thought it would be a good time to revisit our post on unclaimed money. The keywords searched include missing money .com, you might be rich, missing money.com, and missingmoney.com
You need to try out the most valuable vertical search engine ever created. It's Free Money with a Free Search.
Search for the cash and property you're owed right now. You owe it to yourself. This isn't just a free offer. It's not the IRS 2007 File Free program.
We're talking about cash you've earned. Forgotten cash. No, not Johnny Cash.
Free cash is better than free chat, free movies, free hugs, free books, free iTunes, free agents, free ringtones, free screensavers, free downloads, duty-free shops, free video games, free TV, gluten-free, free software and even free search engine optimization.
Well, maybe not better than free search engine optimization.
But it's way better than totally awesome killer freebies.
What's more - the money's already yours. You don't have to enter a lottery, win a game show, or wait for Oprah to give it away.
Here's how to find money that's owed to you: missing money AKA "unclaimed funds."
Click here: MissingMoney.com
Enter your Name and Zip Code in the secure database.
MissingMoney.com is a search engine for state unclaimed property records - not real estate, but real property. The states must keep your money and return lost funds. It's the law.
The Top 10 most common types of unclaimed property:
1. Bank accounts
2. Stocks, mutual funds, bonds, and dividends
3. Uncashed checks and wages
4. Insurance policies
5. Utility deposits
6. Safe deposit box contents
7. Escrow accounts
8. Trust funds
9. Certificates of deposit (CDs)
Unclaimed property does not include real estate property.
You may not find as much cash as you receive in the upcoming $600 tax rebate checks to be sent out as part of the U.S. economic jumpstart package. But then, you won't have to thank the lame duck President.
You can just thank us and the search engine: www.missingmoney.com.
Once you've identified the location of your money, you can contact the appropriate state government unclaimed property office directly to recover it.
Keep on rockin' in the free world!
After the jump: All the states that participate - and the next two that will.
Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, District of Columbia, Florida, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin
The following states will soon have their public records on the MissingMoney.com Web site:
Illinois, Rhode Island
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