Frequently Asked Questions
- Does this money really exist?
- Who is U.S. Claims Services?
- How did U.S. Claims Services find the money and find me?
- What do you mean by “lost money?”
- How does the money become “lost?”
- Why wasn’t I contacted previously?
- Do I need to act on this now?
- Why does U.S. Claims charge a fee?
- Are there any additional charges?
- How long will it take to get my money?
- What do I get when I pay?
What do you mean by “lost money?”
Technically speaking, we mean “unclaimed” money. Typically, this is some form of financial asset to which your ownership has been disconnected. There are over 80 different types of financial assets that fall within this category. The most common are: wages, utility refunds/deposits, forgotten savings and checking accounts, un-cashed cashier’s checks and money orders, insurance refunds or claims, stocks, mutual funds, bonds and dividends, certificates of deposit, mineral interests and royalty payments, trust funds and escrow accounts.
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WE ARE LICENSED AND REGULATED BY:
- State of Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. Paul Hashim Investigations Lic# A2700046
- State of Texas Department of Public Safety. Paul Hashim Investigations Lic# A13984