The amount of unclaimed money in the United States is quite staggering. Billions of dollars are waiting to be claimed by people like you in the form of interest, insurance payouts, tax refunds, etc. Data from PeopleFinders shows the most popular last names by state for unclaimed money below. A simple search by name on PeopleFinders.com provides access to a comprehensive Public Records Report showing that person’s amount of unclaimed money among other public information. Find out how to claim the money below.
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Thanks to our busy lifestyles, it’s easy to lose track of previous neighbors, friends and sometimes family members. Even if you don’t chat often, that doesn’t mean the relationship has to end. Today, you can find people by address, email and more. In a few simple clicks, reconnect with those you lost touch with.
PeopleFinders helps you perform an address search and access public records on everyone in your old neighborhood. From childhood friends to neighbors that were more like family, you can find their updated information, addresses and more. Don’t let another day go by without reaching out to those special people from your grade school, community and beyond. Turn to PeopleFinders.com to rebuild your real-life social network.
The second week of August is all about smiling. It’s National Smile Week – 7 days when everyone is encouraged to share their toothy grin. Luckily, smiles are usually contagious. When you show your pearly whites to the world, others are likely to do the same.
PeopleFinders can help.
Find People Who Can Bring The Past To Life
There are many ways to learn about your family history. You can track down old documents, scour the Internet for information, and even travel the world while piecing together your ancestry.
One of the most exciting ways is to talk with people who have stories that can’t be found anywhere else.
It will be an amazing day.
Individuals with common names can be hard to find. Have you ever tried to lookup someone with a common name? Thousands of people share names like John Brown, Sue Williams or Dave Miller. Finding the exact one isn’t always easy.
So how can you locate the right person when they have an all-too-common name?
Going to a high school reunion this summer? How long has it been since you saw your former classmates? When you think about it, the answer might surprise you. After graduation we all go our separate ways. And it’s just so easy to lose touch.
This summer, people across the country will reconnect with friends they haven’t seen in more than a decade. Getting ready for a high school reunion can be an exciting experience. You’re eager to see everyone and reminisce about old times. But the weeks leading up to the big day can be surprisingly stressful.
Sometimes the thrill of catching up with classmates is overshadowed by feelings of apprehension.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently released a warning about fake debt collectors. These are predators who call people and pretend to be in charge of collecting consumer debts. Trouble is: the so-called collectors are actually criminals.
Getting called by a debt collector can be a nerve-wracking experience. Scam artists take advantage of this fact and use it as an opportunity to steal from well-intentioned victims. These criminals demand payment on behalf of well-known corporations, but their intent is to pocket the money themselves.
The truth is we are all at risk for certain types of crime. And the number one crime these days is identity theft. According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), identity theft has been the most common consumer complaint for 12 consecutive years.
Parents want to do everything possible to keep their kids safe, but it’s simply not possible to watch them every second of the day. There are precautions adults can take to protect their children, even when one or both parents are away. Here are 3 ways PeopleFinders.com can help: