Annually, millions of dollars are turned over to the State of Idaho.
These properties may include:
- mutual funds,
- bank accounts,
- uncashed payroll checks,
- utility deposits,
- traveler’s checks,
- contents from safety deposit boxes, and more.
The state acquires property, which in this case does not mean land, from “holders” such as corporations, business associations, utility companies, medical offices and insurance companies after there has been no customer contact for five years.
The following video features real people from the State of Idaho that have discovered how quick and easy it is to find and claim their lost assets. Search for yourself, your friends, and your family today!
The State of Idaho serves as the custodian for Unclaimed Property. Per Idaho code effective 2012 all property will remain available forever.
It is the states mission to reunite this unclaimed property with the rightful owner.
Go to the Idaho unclaimed money website to do your own search.
If you would like to contact Idaho Unclaimed Property with questions or comments via e-mail, please use the following link: Email Idaho State Treasurer’s Unclaimed Property Program.
Phone numbers are also listed below for your convenience.
Phone Number: (208) 332-2942
Toll Free: (877) 388-2942
Fax Number: (208) 332-2970
There is a little known business that lets you do that. Unclaimed money finders locate people that don’t know they money being held for them and help them to recover it.
In return, they charge a commission after the money is recovered.
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