Other Sources For Unclaimed Property
Undeliverable U.S. Federal Tax refund checks
The Internal Revenue Service may have an undeliverable refund check that belongs to you.
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp.
The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. has a searchable database to determine whether you are owed any pension benefits if your pension plan no longer exists because it was closed or was taken over by the pension agency. You also can track down the benefits if you are a survivor of the person who should be drawing the pension. This site will tell you what to do if you believe you are owed money but aren't found in the agency's database.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
A resource website to search for any unclaimed insured deposits for financial institutions that were closed by a regulatory agency between Jan. 1, 1989 and June 28, 1993.
FDIC: How to Solve Mysteries of Old Bank Accounts
National Credit Union Administration
Search for unclaimed accounts from liquidated credit unions.
U.S. Federal Investments
The official source of information about U.S. Savings Bonds. Check the Treasury Hunt website for any Savings Bonds you may have forgotten about.*
*For lost, stolen or destroyed bonds: Download, complete and send Form 1048.
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
If you had a HUD/FHA insured mortgage, you may have a refund on part of your insurance premium or a share of the earnings.
Veterans Administration Benefits
Search for unclaimed veterans benefits owed to you by the federal government.
U.S. Railroad Retirement Board
Search for unclaimed railroad retirement benefits
Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, Inc.
The mission of the Claims Conference over its history has always been to secure what we consider a small measure of justice for Jewish victims of Nazi persecution. We have pursued this goal since 1951 through a combination of negotiations, disbursing funds to individuals and organizations, and seeking the return of Jewish property lost during the Holocaust.
Swiss Bankers Association
Victims of the Holocaust or their heirs can make claims to assets deposited in Swiss Banks during World War II.
Frozen Swiss Accounts Database Search Form
This website provides a notice of claim procedures for locating Swiss, Swedish, French,
and British bank and insurance accounts.
Holocaust Claims Processing Office of the New York State Banking DepartmentThis office attempts to recover assets deposited in European banks, monies never paid in connection with insurance policies issued by European insurers and lost or looted art for victims of the Holocaust.
The International Commission on Holocaust Era Insurance Claims
Search for unpaid insurance policies issued to victims of the Holocaust. Information is available in 23 languages.
Bank of Canada
Search for unclaimed accounts in federally regulated banks held by The Bank of Canada.
Australian Securities and Investments Commission
Search for unclaimed money and unclaimed property held by The Australian Commonwealth Government.
France Unclaimed Monies
Search for unclaimed monies held by banks in France. Information is available in French only.
New Zealand Unclaimed Monies
Search for unclaimed monies held by the Inland Revenue Department in New Zealand.
Swiss Bankers Association
Search for dormant accounts in Switzerland.