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Unclaimed Money Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA HAS RETURNED MORE THAN $2 BILLION IN UNCLAIMED PROPERTY TO ITS RIGHTFUL OWNERS.

Unclaimed Money Oklahoma
While the definition of Unclaimed Money is usually constant from state to state, there may be some deviations because it is established by state law. Unclaimed property is defined as “different forms of obligations or liabilities of a firm that have been inactive or unpaid for a length of time after they become payable” in Oklahoma. 
Overpayments, loan collateral, credits, refunds, rebates, stocks, deposits, bonds, items held in safekeeping, mutual funds, payroll or wage obligations, garnishments, security deposits, escrow funds, court deposits, unidentified receipts, dividends, amounts held by fiduciaries or trustees, matured insurance policy proceeds and other insurance benefits, royalties, and other unclaimed properties are among the items listed by the state. Oklahoma, like other states, excludes real property such as real estate from its unclaimed money. Furthermore, motor vehicles are exempt.

How Much Unclaimed Money in Oklahoma?

With approximately 825,000 potential claimants, Oklahoma has more than $700 million in unclaimed funds. According to the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators (NAUPA), there is presently at least $42 billion in unclaimed funds accessible in the United States, which is a little more than you might assume based on Oklahoma’s population.
Each result gives you a quick rundown of the property in issue. It includes the owner’s name, the registered address, the city, state, and zip code, and whether the amount in question is over or under $100, and whether the registered owner is a business.
We may focus our search even more by looking in a particular city. For example, a search for “Bob Smith” in Tulsa reduces the number of probable results from over 80 to 15.
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Is There Unclaimed Money In Your Name?

The government may have as much as $58 billion in unclaimed money. Find out if some of it may belong to you or someone you know!