Spanish-language Version of MissingMoney.com Offers Free Search for Unclaimed Money

Spanish speakers can now see if there is any money in their name being held by state governments. A free search on the new Spanish-language version of MissingMoney.com will show if there are any forgotten bank accounts, uncashed checks, insurance policies, money transfers or utility deposits in their name. Each year the states receive billions of dollars in unclaimed assets and they also return billions to rightful owners.

Go to MissingMoney.com, click the Spanish option from the dropdown on the top right, then enter a name or business name in the box to see if there is any money to be claimed.

MissingMoney.com is the only site for unclaimed money that is endorsed by the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators.

About MissingMoney.com

MissingMoney.com allows visitors to perform nationwide searches for lost property that has been turned over to state governments. Started in 1999 to help track and return unclaimed property, MissingMoney.com now contains over 130 million searchable records from participating states that support the site by submitting their data weekly. It is the only unclaimed property site endorsed by the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators, which facilitates collaboration among administrators to reunite unclaimed property with rightful owners. MissingMoney.com is operated by Avenu Insights & Analytics.