People who are being owed money that has not been claimed within the State of Nevada might be able to discover it through the Nevada State Treasurer’s Office. The office keeps a database of property that has not been claimed, including money left by businesses or residents who were not residents in the past.
To search for money that has not been claimed, The person requesting the money will have to provide their name and contact details. They might also be required to prove their identity, for example, a driving license or passport. After they have provided their details, the office will search its database to determine the existence of any unclaimed money that belongs to them.
Suppose the requester cannot locate the money not claimed by the Nevada State Treasurer’s Office. In that case, the person making the request can contact other state agencies, like the Nevada Department of Taxation or the Nevada Secretary of State.
Official Nevada unclaimed money database maintained by the state treasurer may be used to find properties and funds that are not claimed for no cost. Most often, those who request the database are only required to provide the necessary information to enable an investigation to consider a request.
State residents may access unclaimed funds through Federal agencies and databases like:
Additional questions regarding the claim of unclaimed property or money of a deceased individual in Nevada are possible by calling the Nevada State Treasurer’s Office.