Do what they say. Go to the State website and view their license information. Some months ago I did exactly that with this company. I believe I found that it was some woman or couple working out of their home but what they are doing is legal and is not unusual. (I don't know them and make no endorsement of them.) They track down the owners or heirs of money being held by the state as abandoned property. For a percentage of that money they will help free it up and get it to you. They are lost heir locators. Of course, you don't need them to get your money from the state. Go to Chief Financial Officer Alex Sink's website and click on the appropriate button and then look up your name. You would be surprised: usually they consist of bank accounts with a few dollars left in them or utility deposits that were abandoned years ago. Bank accounts that belonged to a deceased relative and that weren't discovered by the heirs after their death. After 3 years of inactivity the bank is required to turn the money over to the state.
You can make your own claim and they will send you the documents to prove that the property is yours.
The foregoing is not legal advice. If is offered for informational purposes only.
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