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11-13-2016 08:17 AM
I decided to google the state controller's office...wade through a few websites...did the search. I am eligibale for less than a $1 from Cap 1 and less than $50 from the county. Probably will pass on the less than a dollar from Cap 1, but putting in a claim for the other moneies.
I'm not sure about your state's process, but where I live you can submit all of your claims at once. So, while I had one for $9, that wouldn't have been worth my time, but with all of my claims together, I threw it in.
11-13-2016 08:38 AM
For that state, it's one form per claim, submitted with all proofs (Identity and relationship with company).
I found two for me - one under current name and one under former name. So definitley two papertrails. And one for DH. So three papertrails. And I am hoping we have proof of addresses going back more than 10 years!
Maybe they can all be mailed in the same envelope. Still, any additional funds will be nice. I am glad you had posted this. It's been awhile since I have looked.
11-13-2016 08:49 AM
I lucked out because I only had two addresses: my current address and our home that we moved from 11 years ago. For that, I was able to order an old W-2 from my work for 10 cents. It was worth it because the funds were over $100 for that claim.
I did find about $100 from my deceased uncle. Since that estate was split 50% to my aunt and then 50% with my six siblings, one of whom has since passed, I would be entitled to 10 plus 5% of my brother's share, so $10.50. Not worth it for any of us.
For my husband, I found over $1000 for his deceased parents. That one will be worth it ($250+ for each sibling). I notified my BIL, who was executor of the estate. We will see if anything comes of it.
11-22-2016 01:57 PM
I didn't have anything , but my fiance did!
12-31-2016 11:03 AM
I submitted my claim in early November. It has been received by the state but the payment can take up to 6 months. So I guess by April I'll get the funds.
01-20-2017 08:01 AM
An unspecified sum (I'm guessing maybe $10 or $20) in unredeemed Starbucks gift cards.
01-20-2017 02:27 PM
Capital One Bank owes me 34 cents. This must be 20 years old. Can I add interest? I still live in the same house.
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