The government is holding on to billions of dollars that belongs to the public. I want to help give back that rightfully deserved money to as many people as I can.
Huntington Beach, CA (PRWEB) September 18, 2012
CashUnclaimed.com reports an increase in news stations and private companies helping spread awareness on unclaimed money. 8 years ago, CashUnclaimed.com was one of the few companies that offered unclaimed money searches . Now, news stations and other companies all over the country are now taking part to help the government spread the word about unclaimed funds, claims CashUnclaimed.com's founder, Bill McIntosh.
CashUnclaimed.com is the world's largest unclaimed money database. They have been in business for over 8 years, and have helped thousands of people find their unclaimed funds. CashUnclaimed.com is founded by Bill McIntosh, who is still a major role in the company and still has the strong desire to help people find their unclaimed money. Some of the news stations that have jumped on the unclaimed money bandwagon include Fox News, MSNBC, ABC, and NBC. Among them, various local newspapers have begun publishing lists of local residents that have unclaimed property in their name.
According to CashUnclaimed.com's founder, Bill McIntosh, “The 50 states and the District of Columbia collectively hold more than $32 billion in unclaimed funds. Several big and small news stations like ABC News and CBS News have also been instrumental in helping lot of people to located unclaimed funds held by the states, aside from CashUnclaimed.com. These news stations have been cropping up more recently, throughout the country.”
Among news stations, there are other websites sprouting out that also help aid the government in spreading the word on unclaimed funds and encourage the public to search for it. Among many, one of those such companies is CashUnclaimed.com. CashUnclaimed.com has been in business for over 8 years, and has helped thousands find their unclaimed money with their free unclaimed money searches.
The increases in these private companies have aided the government in returning unclaimed money. The country is holding on to over $32 billion in unclaimed money, which belongs to billions of American citizens. The increase in these private companies has helped the 2011 fiscal year see the highest amount of unclaimed funds returned, as of yet. CashUnclaimed.com, NBC, and ABC have all been highly instrumental in this increased amount returned last fiscal year.
CashUnclaimed.com founder Bill McIntosh explains, “The government is holding on to billions of dollars that belongs to the public. I want to help give back that rightfully deserved money to as many people as I can.” CashUnclaimed.com offers free unclaimed money searches, and has the largest unclaimed money database, so they can find the maximum amount of unclaimed money possible.