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Looking for a bargain? Year round, the federal government (as well as the state government) offers hundreds of millions of dollars worth of property and goods- from animals to real estate- at remarkable prices. The Customs Services sells seized property. The IRS auctions off everything imaginable- boats, cars, businesses. The U.S. Postal Services sells unclaimed merchandise, including lots of books. The Fish and Wildlife Service offers buffalo!
Very few people know about these unique bargains because the federal government doesn't advertise them. Described below are some of Uncle Sam's Red Tag Specials. In addition we have included a section on finding missing money that may belong to you. In less than one hour one of our researchers found over $2,000 waiting for her that she didn't even know existed! A few minutes could be worth a lot.
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Failed commercial banks often own businesses, land, or real estate that they must sell. Although a booklet of all available properties is not available, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) makes an effort to keep their website up-to-date showing available properties under the button, "Asset Info."
You can search the site for a specific location, business, price parameter, and more. A contact number is available for each listing. Look under Special Sales, FDIC Bargain Properties, for the deals that go as low as $500. Property sales are handled through each regional FDIC office.
In addition they sell other assets from failed banks, as well as excess FDIC office equipment. For more information on asset sales, contact Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, 550 17th St., NW, Washington, DC 20429; 877-ASK-FDIC; http://www.fdic.gov/; or Service Center, Field Operations Branch, 1910 Pacific Ave., Dallas, TX 75201; 800-568-9161; http://www.fdic.gov/
Did you ever wonder what happens to undeliverable mail? The U.S. Postal Service auctions it to willing buyers. Everything from the Christmas sweater you never received from grandma to the latest infomercial diet craze that never found its rightful dieter. Some people attend these auctions and collect bundles of items that they then resell for a profit at flea markets, garage sales, or retail stores.
Contact the Mail Recovery Centers listed below to learn more about the auctions in your area. You can be put on a mailing list to receive advance notice about the auctions. These auctions are held every six to eight weeks, with lots of similar goods being offered together. Although what is available varies from auction to auction, you will generally find anything that can be mailed - from CDs to televisions and books to jewelry and clothes. Call ahead to find out about payment procedures. Some require cash only, while others allow checks for those pre-approved.
The U.S. Customs and Treasury Department confiscate seized property and then sell it at regularly scheduled auctions, held approximately every nine weeks, at sales centers across the United States. Examples of property offered for sale include cars, boats, airplanes, real estate, commercial real estate opportunities, carpets, electronics, industrial goods, jewelry, and wearing apparel. Contact EG&G, 3702 Pender Dr., Suite 400, Fairfax, VA 22030; 703-273-7373; http://www.treas.gov/auctions/treasury/rp/
EG&G Technical Services advertises auctions of seized Real Property (real estate) for sale throughout the United States and Puerto Rico and includes homes, commercial buildings, vacant land, and multi-family residences. These properties have been seized through IRS-Criminal Investigation, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the U.S. Secret Service, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. All proceeds from the sale of property are deposited in the U.S. Treasury Asset Forfeiture Fund. This fund helps support continued law enforcement efforts and provide restitution to crime victims. The Department of the Treasury has designated EG&G Technical Services as the prime contractor responsible for the maintenance and sale of seized and forfeited real property. Please visit the auctions site for other seized items for sale. EG&G Technical Services, U.S. Department of the Treasury Seized Real Property Support, 7723 Ashton Avenue, Manassas, VA 20109, Attn: Real Property Sales; http://www.treas.gov/auctions/treasury/rp/
The U.S. Marshals Service offers property for sale to the public that has been forfeited under laws enforced by the U.S. Department of Justice, the Drug Enforcement Administration, Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the Immigration and Naturalization Service. More than 6,000 items of forfeited real and personal property are sold annually with gross sales of $195 million. The property offered for sale consists of residential and commercial real estate, business establishments, and a wide range of personal property such as motor vehicles, boats, aircraft, jewelry, art, antiques, collectibles, and livestock. The U.S. Marshals Service does not maintain a list of forfeited property for sale, nor a mailing list to notify prospective buyers of upcoming sales. The sales are handled through contract service providers. The U.S. Marshals Service website provides information on the company/agency names, locations, and telephone numbers. This listing is also available by fax at 202-307-9777. For those without a fax or computer, the listing is available for $1 from the Consumer Information Center. To learn how to order a copy, call the Federal Information Center at 888-878-3256. For more information on the sales, contact U.S. Marshals Service, Seized Assets Division, U.S. Department of Justice, 600 Army-Navy Dr., Arlington, VA 22202; 202-307-9237; http://www.justice.gov/marshals/
GSA Fleet Vehicle Sales, a division of the federal government, offers quality, U.S. Government owned cars, trucks, SUVs, and vans to the public at substantial savings. GSA Fleet auctions cars, trucks and other vehicles with low mileage and only one previous owner. These vehicles have been well maintained. The vehicles are carefully detailed before sale and come loaded with most options consumers typically prefer. Additionally, with no buyer's fees, pre-owned vehicles from GSA usually sell for substantially less than from other sources. GSA Fleet will sell approximately 35,000 vehicles this coming year. Most vehicles will be available between April and September, when a majority of our leases expire, but they conduct sales throughout the entire year. For more information contact GSA Fleet Vehicle Sales, 2200 Crystal Drive, Arlington, VA 22202; http://autoauctions.gsa.gov/autoauctions/home.seam
Rod Robertson Enterprises is contracted to the Department of Justice and U.S. Homeland Security to support the Asset Seizure and Forfeiture Program. They auction off cars that have been seized. The auctions are held in Texas, California, and Arizona. For more information contact Robertson Leasing Corporation, 1802 NW Military Hwy #100, San Antonio, TX 78213; 210-375-7755; http://www.robertsonauto.com/
Defense Reutilization Marketing Service (DRMS) disposes of excess property received from the military services. The inventory includes thousands of items: from typewriters to television sets; boots to boats; clothing to computers. They sell machine tools, electronics vehicles, aircraft parts, bearings, hardware, medical equipment, recyclable materials...and more! They do not sell tanks, machine guns, or gas masks. Safety reasons, they also do not sell jeeps or humvees. There are many ways to search on the website for what you need. Contact the Defense Reutilization Marketing Service, 74 Washington Ave. N, Battle Creek, MI 49017; 269-961-7331; 877-DLA-CALL; http://www.drms.dla.mil/
Are you interested in purchasing used government personal property through GSA items such as vehicles, tools, machinery, or office equipment? The General Services Administration's Federal Supply Service manages the sale of surplus property. GSA is the federal government's procurement agent. They purchase the supplies, equipment and vehicles that federal workers need to do their jobs. When items are no longer needed by the federal government, they stretch your tax dollar by offering them for sale to the public. their sales include a wide variety of items for sale to the public that would interest both individuals and businesses.
For information on GSA sales of used federal personal property, or to be placed on a mailing list, write to Personal Property Sales, U.S. General Services Administration, at the address below serving your location. For information about upcoming sales, you may call the telephone number listed with each address or visit http://www.gsa.gov/Portal/gsa/ep/home.do?tabId=0
Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Area6808 Loisdale Road (3FP-W)Building A, Suite 2Springfield, VA 22150703-605-9341
Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont10 Causeway Street3rd Floor, Room 347 (2FBP-1)Boston, MA 02222-1076617-565-7319
New Jersey, New York, Puerto Rico, Virgin IslandsRoom 20-112, Box 10 (2FBP)26 Federal PlazaNew York, NY 10278212-264-2626
Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia (except Washington, DC Metropolitan area)The Strawbridgeâs Building (3FPD)20 North 8th Street, 10th FloorPhiladelphia, PA 19107-3191215-446-5065
Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, TennesseePeachtree Summit Building401 West Peachtree Street, NW (4FD)Atlanta, GA 303081-877-472-7068
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, Wisconsin(For Fleet Vehicle Auctions Only)230 Dearborn Street (5FBP)DPN 34-6, Room 3400Chicago, IL 60604312-886-8686 or 1-800-472-2886
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, Wisconsin(For Miscellaneous Surplus Sales)[Auction and Sealed Bid]1500 Bannister Road (6FBD)Room 1102Kansas City, MO 64131816-823-3714
Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas819 Taylor Street (7FMP), Room 7A07Fort Worth, TX 76102-6105817-978-2352 or 1-800-495-1276
Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, WyomingDenver Federal Center, Building 41 (7FP-8)P. O. Box 25506Denver, CO 80225-0506303-236-7705
American Samoa, Arizona, California, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Guam, Hawaii, Nevada450 Golden Gate Avenue (9FBP)4th Floor West San Francisco, CA 94102-3434415-522-2891
Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington400 15th Street, SW (10FZP-O)Auburn, WA 98001-6599253-931-7566
Examples of Items They Sell
Most of the vehicles were purchased new and driven by government employees for official purposes. They are sold when they reach replacement age and/or mileage limitations. Used government vehicles are one of the best buys in the marketplace today. The vehicles are well maintained, have relatively low age and mileage and have desired features like automatic transmission, air conditioning, power steering, and power brakes. They also come in attractive body styles and a variety of colors.
Stories about $100 yachts or exotic cars sold for little or nothing are pure fiction. GSA expects to receive a fair market price, and every item has an undisclosed minimum price. Your tax dollars paid for these items when they were new, and GSA expects to receive the best possible return on your tax dollar when they are sold.
GSA conducts sealed bid, auction, spot bid and fixed price sales. No preference is given to individuals or groups, including veterans, senior citizens or religious organizations.
Sealed Bid - They sell by sealed bid when the sale items are in scattered locations. For a sealed bid sale, they make an
Invitation for Bid or IFB - Available to prospective buyers through the mail, by FAX on Demand or via Internet. The IFB contains item descriptions, sale terms and conditions, item locations and inspection times and a bid form. If you decide to bid, you will complete the bid form and mail it to the address shown in the IFB. They must receive your bid by the opening date and time indicated on the IFB. Late bids are not accepted under any circumstances. They open all bids publicly.
Auction - They hold an auction when they have a large number of items for sale in one location. Many of their car and truck sales are auctions. They use traditional auction methods. Prospective bidders will receive descriptions, bidding instructions, and an opportunity to inspect the merchandise ahead of time or on the day of sale. Many of their sales are conducted by commercial auction companies under contract with GSA.
GSA Auctions® - Online auction sales offer web-enabled auctions, a wide variety of personal property, electronic bidding, bids by proxy, and instant feedback. Visit their Government Site for Auctions at GSA Auctions®. for item descriptions and images of items for sale.
Spot Bid - A spot bid sale is similar to a silent auction, with bids written down rather than voiced. Property is offered item by item and awarded to the highest bidders. Bidders may bid only once per item, unless the item is re-offered.
Fixed-Price Sale - At fixed-price sales (also referred to as Retail), we post the selling prices on the property and sell items on a first-come basis.
Check out http://gsaauctions.gov/gsaauctions/gsaauctions/ or http://surplussales.gsa.gov/ or http://www.govsales.gov/HTML/INDEX.HTM
For those that could not afford their taxes, the Internal Revenue Service sometimes seizes the property or goods owned by the non-taxpayer. Under authority of the Internal Revenue Code, the property described on the website has been seized or acquired for nonpayment of internal revenue taxes and will be sold. The IRS does not maintain a mailing list on future sales. Check the website for current and upcoming auctions. Check out http://www.treas.gov/auctions/irs/
The U.S. Treasury and the VSE Corporation offer general property auctions nationwide. The auctions are held every 2-3 months. You can receive email alerts on upcoming auctions. Goods available include boats, jewelry, electronics, and general merchandise. Some items may be classified as Export Only and must be exported after sale. For more information check out http://www.treas.gov/auctions/treasury/gp/
The U.S. Small Business Administration acquired property while administering its loan programs, and it is available for purchase by the public. The property ranges from real estate - commercial property, single family homes, vacant land and farms - to personal property such as machinery, equipment, furniture, fixtures and inventory. The property list contains a SBA Office, as well as a contact person. For more information, call the listed contact person or you can search online atÂ http://app1.sba.gov/pfsales/dsp_search.html
The General Services Administration is your one stop shopping place for government real estate. Surplus properties are available for public purposes (such as to state and local governments and eligible nonprofits) or are sold to the public through auctions. You can search online to see properties are currently being offered for sale. For more information contact Office of Property Disposal, General Services Administration, Central Office, 1800 F Street, NW, Washington, DC 20405; 202-501-0084; http://propertydisposal.gsa.gov/
The HomeSales.gov web site provides current information about single family homes for sale by the U.S. Federal Government. These previously owned homes are for sale by public auction or other method depending on the property. Anyone can buy a home for sale by the U.S. Government, but you must work with a real estate agent, broker or servicing representative to submit an offer or bid. Actually it is not just homes. There is a section on Land and Buildings, and one for Farms. Currently the U.S. Departments of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Agriculture (USDA/Rural Development), and Veterans Affairs (VA) have homes listed on this site. For additional information regarding property listings, please contact the corresponding agency.
The Library of Congress has surplus books available to educational institutions (including full-time tax-supported or non-profit schools, school systems, colleges, universities, museums, and public libraries), public bodies (agencies of local, state, or national government), and non-profit tax-exempt organizations. The books are a mixture of topics. Your organization either needs to send or designate someone to choose books from the collection. Shipping the material to your library is your only expense. Contact Anglo-American Acquisitions Division, Library of Congress, 101 Independence Ave., SE, Washington, DC 20540; 202-707-9524; http://www.loc.gov/acq/surplus.html
The Computers For Learning program specifically matches the computer needs of schools and educational nonprofit organization with excess equipment in Federal agencies. All Computers for Learning (CFL) participants must be located in the United States, the U.S. Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Guam, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, or the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. A school is eligible to receive donations through the Computers for Learning program it if is a public, private, or parochial, serving pre-kindergarten through grade 12 students. Day care centers must provide a state-approved preschool curriculum. Educational Non-profits are also eligible. Once you have registered online you can shop for excess computer equipment online. To register go to http://computersforlearning.gov/
The Used Energy-Related Laboratory Equipment (ERLE) Grant Program was established by the United States Department of Energy (DOE) to grant available excess of used energy-related laboratory equipment to universities and colleges and other nonprofit educational institutions of higher learning in the United States for use in energy oriented educational programs. An institution is not required to have a currently funded project with DOE to participate in this program. The listing of equipment available through the ERLE Grant Program is accessible at no cost on this web site on the "Search Equipment" page. Examples of typical items of educational training apparatus or equipment that may be requested are listed below. It should be emphasized that the following examples are merely illustrative and not inclusive:
There are many contact people depending upon which facility offers the equipment. You must register and shop for equipment online. Contact the Office of Science, U.S. Department of Energy's website at http://www.osti.gov/erle/
The Adopt a Horse program is aimed at keeping wild herds in the West at manageable levels, and allows individuals around the country to purchase a wild horse for $125. You must be 18 years old and have adequate facilities for the horse (fenced area and shelter). Federal protection and a lack of natural predators have resulted in thriving wild horse and burro populations that grow in number each year. The BLM monitors rangelands and wild horse and burro herds to determine the number of animals, including livestock and wildlife, that the land can support. Each year, the BLM gathers excess wild horses and burros from areas where vegetation and water could become scarce if too many animals use the area. After caring for an animal for one year, the adopter is eligible to receive title, or ownership, from the Federal Government. For general information on the program go to http://www.blm.gov/wo/st/en/prog/wild_horse_and_burro/national.html For a listing of adoption facilities go to http://www.blm.gov/wo/st/en/prog/wild_horse_and_burro/adoptionandcontact.html; For information on the adoption program call 866-4MUSTANGS.
The Wichita Mountains conducts annual public auctions of excess Texas longhorns and American bison in order to maintain appropriate numbers of the animals within the confines of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Refuge. To learn more about the auctions contact Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, 32 Refuge Headquarters, Indiahoma, OK 73552; 508-429-3222; http://www.fws.gov/southwest/refuges/oklahoma/wichitamountains/ In addition 3 other refuges also offer range animals for auction:
Millions of dollars of state and federal surplus property are redistributed to government entities through the Surplus Property Program for each state. Items such as vehicles, shop equipment, office furniture, computers, hospital equipment, generators, road equipment, and more are available at surplus property centers. The program also assists state government in the disposal of surplus property through a variety of means, including Internet auctions. The general public can purchase property through internet auctions sites, retail stores at each center, or through typical auctions. To learn what is available in your state and how you can purchase these items, contact the office listed below.
AlabamaAlabama Department of Economic and Community AffairsAttn: Surplus Property3445 Eva Rd.Eva, AL 35621256-796-4434
Alabama Department of Economic and Community AffairsAttn: Surplus Property P.O. Box 210487Montgomery, AL 36121334-277-5866http://184.108.40.206/Surplus%20Property/default.aspx
AlaskaDivision of General Services2400 Viking Dr.Anchorage, AK 99501907-279-0596
Division of General Services355 WhittierJuneau, AK 99811907-465-2172http://www.state.ak.us/local/akpages/ADMIN/dgs/property/
ArizonaArizona Department of Administration100 N. 15th Ave.Phoenix, AZ 85007602-542-1500
Surplus Property Management Office1537 W. Jackson St.Phoenix, AZ 85007http://www.azdoa.gov/msd/surplus/
ArkansasArkansas Department of Finance and AdministrationOffice of State ProcurementMarketing and Redistribution6220 Young Rd.Little Rock, AR 72209501-565-8645www.arstatesurplus.com
CaliforniaDepartment of General ServicesInteragency Support Division707 3rd St., 8th FloorWest Sacramento, CA 95605IMS-Mail Code: Z-01916-376-5031Federal Property: 714-558-6448www.isd.dgs.ca.gov/surplus/default.htm
ColoradoColorado Correctional Industries4999 Oakland St.Denver, CO 80239303-370-2160http://www.coloradoci.com/
ConnecticutState Surplus Facility60 State St.Wethersfield, CT 06109860-571-7445http://www.das.state.ct.us/Surplus/No_Auctions.htm#VEHICLE
DelawareSurplus StoreGovernor Bacon Health CenterWilmington Ave.Delaware City, DE
Office of Management and BudgetGovernment Support ServicesP.O. Box 299Delaware City, DE 19706302-836-7640http://gss.omb.delaware.gov/surplus/index.shtml
District of ColumbiaOffice of Contracting and ProcurementPersonal Property Division441 4th St., NW, Suite 700SWashington, DC 20001202-576-6472http://app.ocp.dc.gov/RUI/information/ppd/ppd_main.asp
DC State Agency for Surplus Property2100 Adams Place, NE, 2ND FloorWashington, DC 20018202-576-6472
FloridaOffice of the SecretaryDeparment of Management Services4050 Esplanade WayTallahassee, FL 32399850-488-2786http://dms.myflorida.com/business_operations/specialized_services/federal_property_assistance
Georgia2072 North Bibb Dr.Tucker, GA 30084770-414-6468http://surplusproperty.doas.georgia.gov/02/doas/surplus/home/0,2475,41113361,00.html;jsessionid=9C9B97E16BB2DC2E8BFFABA60CF8B3A0
IdahoOffice of the State Controller700 W. State St.P.O. Box 83720Boise, ID 83720-0011208 334-3100http://www.sco.idaho.gov/web/sbe/sbeweb.nsf/displayview?ReadForm&L1=Board+of+Examiners&L2=State+Surplus+Property
IllinoisDepartment of Central Management ServicesState Surplus Property Control1924 South 10 1/2 StreetSpringfield, IL 62703217-782-7786http://www.cms.il.gov/cms/1_buying/statesurp.htm
IndianaState Surplus601 W. McCarty Street, Suite 100Indianapolis, IN 46225317-234-3685http://www.in.gov/idoa/2286.htm
IowaIowa Prison Industries2323 Dean AvenueDes Moines, IA 50317Fax: 515-242-5779http://www.iaprisonind.com/html/surplus/surplus.asp
KansasState Surplus Supply2904 SW Kanza DriveTopeka, KS 66606785-296-2334http://www.da.ks.gov/surplus/default.htm
KentuckyKentucky Finance and Administration Cabinet, Division of Surplus Property 999 Chenault RoadFrankfort, KY 40601502-573- 4836http://finance.ky.gov/internal/surplus/
MaineSurplus Property 95 State House Station Augusta, ME 04333 207-287-2923 http://www.maine.gov/bgs/centralserv/surplus/
MarylandDepartment of General ServicesSurplus Property8037 Brock Bridge Rd.P.O. Box 1039Jessup, MD 20794410-799-0440301-596-1080http://www.dgs.maryland.gov/surplus/index.htm
MassachusettsOperational Services DivisionSurplus Property ProgramOne Ashburton PlaceRoom 1017Boston, MA 02108-1552617-720-3300http://www.mass.gov/?pageID=osdtopic&L=3&sid=Aosd&L0=Home&L1=Buy+from+a+Contract&L2=Buying+Surplus+Property
MichiganSurplus Property OfficeDepartment of Management and Budget, Agency Services, Federal Surplus Property3353 N. Martin L. King Jr. Blvd.P.O. Box 30026Lansing, MI 48909517-335-9105 Federal Surplus517-335-2559 State SurplusFax: 517-335-9559www.michigan.gov/surplus
MinnesotaMaterials Management Division Surplus ServicesDepartment of Administration5420 Old Highway 8Aden Hills, MN 55112651-639-4022Fax: 651-639-4026http://www.mmd.admin.state.mn.us/surplus/mn03000.htm
MississippiOffice of Surplus Property3147 Highway 468WPearl, MS 39208Mailing Address:P.O. Box 5778Jackson, MS 39288-5778601-939-2050Fax: 601-939-4505http://www.dfa.state.ms.us/
MissouriState Agency for Surplus Property117 N. Riverside P.O. Drawer 1310Jefferson City, MO 65102573-751-3415888-295-7796 Toll FreeFax: 573-751-1264www.oa.mo.gov/purch/surplus.html
NebraskaDepartment of Administrative Services Materiel DivisionState Surplus Property5001 S. 14th StreetP.O. Box 94901Lincoln, NE 68509402-471-3896Fax: 402-471-2889www.das.state.ne.us/materiel/surplus/surplus.htm
Nebraska Federal Surplus Property Office 2700 West Van DornLincoln, NE 68509402-471-2677Fax: 402-471-2769Mailing Address:P.O. Box # 94661Lincoln, NE 68509-4661www.corrections.state.ne.us/federal_surplus/index.html
NevadaDepartment of Administration Purchasing Division515 E. Musser Street, Suite 300Carson City, NV 89701775-684-0170Fax: 775-684-0188http://purchasing.state.nv.us/property/auction.htm
New JerseyDistribution and Support Services1620 Stuyvesant AvenueTrenton, NJ 08625Mailing Address:P.O. Box 234Trenton, NJ 08625-0234609-530-300www.state.nj.us/treasury/dss/
New MexicoGeneral Services DepartmentState Agency for Surplus PropertyJoseph Montoya Building-Room 10221100 S. St. Francis DriveSanta Fe, NM 87502Mailing Address: P.O. Drawer 26110Santa Fe, NM 87502-0110505-827-2349Fax: 505-827-2078www.generalservices.state.nm.us/bsd/buildings/surplus.html
New YorkOffice of General ServicesState and Federal SurplusBuilding #18State Office Building CampusAlbany, NY 12226Federal Surplus:518-457-3264Fax: 518-457-5436www.ogs.state.ny.us/supportServices/fedSurplus/aboutfederal.html State Surplus:518-457-6335Fax: 518-457-4641www.ogs.state.ny.us/supportServices/stateSurplus/defaultPublic.html
North CarolinaFederal Surplus Property1950 Garner RoadRaleigh, NC 27610919-733-3885Fax: 919-733-3883www.doa.state.nc.us/fsp/fsp.htm
State Surplus Property6501 Chapel Hill RoadHighway 54 WestRaleigh, NC 27607Mailing Address:1310 Mail Service CenterRaleigh, NC 27699-1310www.ncstatesurplus.com/ssp/public/ssphomepage/ssp.htm
North Dakota State Surplus Property1278 Hemlock StreetBismarck, ND 58507-7293Mailing Address:600 E Boulevard Avenue Department 15Bismarck, ND 58505-0608701-328-9665Fax: 701-328-9669www.nd.gov/surplus/default.html
OhioState and Federal Surplus4200 Surface RoadColumbus, OH 43228614-466-6570Fax: 614-466-1584http://das.ohio.gov/gsd/propfac/surplus/sfsur.html
OklahomaState Surplus2530 W. RenoOklahoma City, OK 73107-8803405-525-2354Fax: 405-232-0809www.ok.gov/DCS/State_Surplus/index.html
OregonState and Federal Surplus PropertyProperty Distribution Center1655 Salem Industrial Drive, NESalem, OR 97301503-378-4714503-378-2207Fax: 503-378-8558www.oregonsurplus.com/
PennsylvaniaBureau of Supplies and Surplus Operations2221 Foster StreetHarrisburg, PA 17125717-787-6159Fax: 717-772-2491www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt?open=512&objID=1395&&PageID=256271&level=4&css=L4&mode=2&cached=true
South CarolinaSurplus Property Office1441 Boston AvenueWest Columbia, SC 29170803-896-6884www.ogs.state.sc.us/surplus/SP-index.phtm
South DakotaState Property Management1320 E. Sioux AvenuePierre, SD 57501605-773-4935Fax: 605-773-3837www.state.sd.us/boa/Prop.%20Mgmt/propmgt.htm
TennesseeProperty Utilization Division6500 Centennial BoulevardNashville, TN 37243-0543615-350-3373Fax: 615-350-3379www.state.tn.us/generalserv/ba04s/
TexasState and Federal Surplus Austin HeadquartersP.O. Box 13047Austin, TX 78711512-463-2688Fax: 512-236-6173http://www.window.state.tx.us/procurement/
UtahFleet and Surplus Main Office4120 State Office BuildingSalt Lake City, UT 84114801-538-3014Fax: 801-538-1773http://fleet.utah.gov/main/index.php
VermontSurplus Property50 Packard Road Suite 2East Montpelier, VT 05651802-828-3394Fax: 802-828-3396www.bgs.state.vt.us/gsc/surplus/
VirginiaSurplus Property Management OfficeRichmond Distribution Center1910 Darbytown RoadRichmond, VA 23231-5312804-236-3665 Fax: 804-236-3663
Southwest Distribution Center135 Four & Â½ StreetWytheville, VA 24382540-228-6803Fax: 540-226-6927http://220.127.116.11/dps/Surplus/surplus-bottom.htm
WashingtonServices Division210 11th Avenue SWOlympia, WA 98504-1000Mailing Address:P.O. Box 41000Olympia, WA 98504-1000253-333-4900Fax: 253-333-4915www.ga.wa.gov/surplus/index.html
West VirginiaAgency for Surplus Property2700 Charles AvenueDunbar, WV 25064304-766-2626800-576-7587Fax: 304-766-2631www.state.wv.us/admin/purchase/surplus/
WisconsinEnterprise Operations 101 E. Wilson StreetMadison, WI 53702608-266-1719Fax: 608-267-0600www.doa.state.wi.us/category.asp?linkcatid=20&linkid=46&locid=2
WyomingSurplus Property2045 Westland RoadCheyenne, WY 82002307-777-7901Fax: 307-634-5710http://ai.state.wy.us/GeneralServices/Surplus/index.asp
Make $2,000 in 45 minutes. That's what the author, Mary Ann Martello, did when she searched state databases looking for old forgotten utility deposits and bank accounts set up by grandparents. Every state has an office that collects money in that state that has been abandoned, forgotten, or left unclaimed, including:
The money could be a savings account that grandma set up for you when you were born. Or it could be a Christmas fund Great Aunt Rose contributed to before she passed away. Your father may have even had a safe deposit box he never told you existed.
According to reports, state agencies across the U.S. May be holding over $8 billion dollars in abandoned money. Although the rules vary from state to state, generally after two or more years without activity on an account (no deposits or withdrawals),the bank will try to contact you. If their efforts fail, the property is considered abandoned and transferred to the state of your last known address.
To locate funds, contact the unclaimed property office in the state (usually part of the state treasurer's department) where you or your benefactors have lived or conducted business. Most state agencies have websites, and many have searchable databases. You can contact the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators, P.O. Box 7156, Bismarck, ND 58507; http://www.unclaimed.org/ Not only does the website give you a listing of state offices, it also links you to those that have existing websites. A listing of state Unclaimed Property Offices is listed at the end of this section.
What happens if the company you've worked for private-sector pension plan runs out of money before you've gotten your fair share? Did you work some place twenty years ago that is no longer in business? What about an old pension fund that was in financial trouble? Don't give up. The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC) is a federal agency that insures that you will receive your benefit up to the limits of the law. You can also search the website by name, company worked for, or by state where the company is/was headquartered to see if there is a pension that you are owed. For the 26,000 people still missing, individual benefits range from $1 up to $264,548 and average about $3,675. The states with the most missing pension participants and money to be claimed are: New York (5,436/$23.55 million), California (2,929/$5.85 million), Texas (1,747/$5.32 million), New Jersey (1,388/$5.30 million ) and Pennsylvania (1,321/$4.28 million). To learn more contact Pension Benefit Guaranty corporation, 1200 K St., NW, Washington, DC 20005; 800-400-7242; http://www.pbgc.gov/
If you ever purchased a home using a HUD/FHA insured mortgage, you may be eligible for a refund on part of your insurance premium or a share of the earnings. There are certain requirements you have to meet. If you are unsure whether your loan was FHA, you can call HUD on 1-(800) 697-6967 and provide your name and property address, or you may contact us at email@example.com. You can also search online at http://www.hud.gov/offices/hsg/comp/refunds/index.cfm
Beware of people (known as "tracers") offering to help you collect your refund for a fee. You do not need to hire someone to collect your money. You can obtain your refund directly from HUD for free. For more information, contact U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, P.O. Box 23699, Washington, DC 20026; 800-697-6967.
When you move or are away for a time, checks in the mail sometimes go missing. If you feel you are owed any missing money contact the following agencies:
Internal Revenue Service: The IRS has a new service where you can track your refund check at http://www.irs.gov/individuals/article/0,,id=96596,00.html If think you are missing a check from a previous year, you can call 800-829-1040 and talk with an IRS representative. An average refund of $963 is waiting for 95,746 taxpayers whose refund checks have been returned to the Internal Revenue Service as undeliverable. The checks, worth a total of $92.2 million, can be claimed as soon as their owners update their addresses with the IRS. In some cases, a taxpayer has more than one check waiting.
State Tax Agencies: Your state may also be holding a check of yours that they could not deliver. Contact your state Department of Revenue to find out whether they owe you any money. To locate the correct office check online http://www.taxsites.com/default.aspx
Social Security: Social Security Administration pays benefits to more than 53 million people. 90% of married couples and 88% of non-married persons aged 65 or older receive benefits. The average check per person is close to $1,000. If you are missing a check, you must call Social Security at 800-772-1213 and a representative will assist you.
Veterans Benefits: The same deal holds true with the Department of Veterans Affairs. If you are missing a check, you must call the Veterans Administration at 800-827-1000 and a representative will assist you.
The government has been very successful at collecting child support money from deadbeat spouses' tax returns and other sources, but families are not getting this money. The government is sitting on it waiting for custodial parents to call. The government likes this money because it generates over $50 million in interest and income. For the national office contact Office of Child Support Enforcement, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, DC 20447; 202-401-9383; http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/cse/
We are not talking about $2 cash back from scratch cards. Last fiscal year $27 Million went unclaimed in the California Lottery. Many states have close to $500,000 in unclaimed winnings that are due to expire soon unless people step up to claim them. What happens to the unclaimed winnings? It varies state to state, as some states just recycle the money back into the lottery and some give a percentage to state organizations the lottery supports. At the following lottery websites you can search by game and date of ticket purchased to see the winning numbers, and some states even have special pages set up for unclaimed winners. Who knows- you could be holding a $200,000 ticket!
Arizona LotteryP.O. Box 2913Phoenix, AZ 85062-2913480-921-4400Phoenix Winning Numbers Hotline: 480-829-7425Winning Numbers Hotline for all other areas in Arizona: 800-499-3798 http://www.arizonalottery.com/http://www.arizonalottery.com/UnclaimedPrizes.asp$430,000 with one ticket worth $200,000
California LotteryHeadquarters Customer Service 600 North Tenth StreetSacramento, CA 95814800-LOTTERY - From CA, NV, OR & AZ916-323-7095 - From anywhere elseTDD: 800-345-4275FY 2004-2005 unclaimed prizes totaled $27,019,168http://www.calottery.com
Colorado LotteryHeadquarters212 West 3rd Street, Suite 210Pueblo, CO 81003719-546-2400Fax: 719-546-5208http://www.coloradolottery.com/
Connecticut LotteryConnecticut Lottery Corporation270 John Downey DriveNew Britain, CT 06051 Player's Information Line: 860-348-4000http://www.ctlottery.org/
District of Columbia LotteryThe D.C. Lottery and Charitable Games Control Board 2101 Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue, S.E.Washington, D.C. 20020-5731202-645-7900 or 645-8000 http://www.dclottery.com/$8,631,000 in unclaimed winnings
Delaware LotteryDelaware Lottery OfficeMcKee Business Park 1575 McKee Road, Suite 102 Dover, DE 19904 302-739-5291Fax: 302-739-6706 For winning numbers and other Delaware Lottery informationIn Delaware: 1-800-338-6200From out-of-state: 302-736-1436http://lottery.state.de.us/$240,000 current unclaimed big prizes
Florida Lottery250 Mariott DriveTallahassee, FL 32301850-487-7725 TDD: 850-487-7784Fax: 850-488-8049 http://www.flalottery.com/
Georgia LotteryGeorgia Lottery Corporation250 Williams StreetSuite 3000Atlanta, GA 30303Player Information HotlineInside Georgia1-800-GA-LUCKY Metro Atlanta770-GA-LUCKY Outside Georgia1-900-25-LUCKY http://www.galottery.com/
Indiana LotteryPan Am Plaza, Suite 1100201 S. Capitol Ave.Indianapolis, IN 46225800-955-6886http://www.in.gov/hoosierlottery
Idaho LotteryPO Box 6537Boise, ID 83707-6537208-334-2600http://www.idaholottery.com/
Illinois Lottery101 West Jefferson Street Springfield, IL 62702(800) 252-1775TDD: (217) 524-5250http://www.illinoislottery.com/subsections/contact.htm$14,000,000 is waiting to be claimedhttp://www.illinoislottery.com/subsections/Unclaimed.asp
Iowa LotteryPO Box 10474Des Moines, IA 50306-9996 515-725-7900 Headquarters Winning Numbers Line: 515-323-4633www.ialottery.comhttp://www.ialottery.com/Games/unclaimed.aspover $600,000 in unclaimed winnings.
Kansas LotteryKansas Lottery Headquarters 128 N. Kansas Ave.Topeka, KS 66603 785-296-5774Winning Numbers: 800-544-WINShttp://www.kslottery.com/http://www.kslottery.com/GameInformation/UnclaimedWinners.asp$750,000 in unclaimed winnings.
Kentucky Lottery1011 West Main St.Louisville, KY 40202502-560-1500Winning Numbers Hotline502-583-2000 http://www.kylottery.com/ .Louisiana Lottery555 Laurel St.Baton Rouge, LA 70801-1813225-297-2000http://www.louisianalottery.com/Winning Numbers Hotline800-735-5825 Statewide225-297-2350 Baton Rouge
Maine State Lottery Commission8 State House StationAugusta, ME 04333800-452-8777207-287-3721http://www.mainelottery.com/http://www.mainelottery.com/players_info/unclaimed_prizes.htmlover $250,000 in unclaimed winnings.
Maryland State Lottery AgencyMontgomery Business Park1800 Washington Boulevard, Suite 330Baltimore, MD 21230410-230-8730http://www.mdlottery.com/
Massachusetts LotteryBraintree Lottery Headquarters60 Columbian StreetBraintree, MA 02184781-849-5555http://www.masslottery.com/
Michigan Lottery 101 E. Hillsdale P.O. Box 30023 Lansing, MI 48909 517-335-5600 Fax: 517-335-5644http://www.michigan.gov/lotteryhttp://www.michigan.gov/lottery/0,1607,7-110-28916_28933---,00.htmlsome unclaimed big prizes
Minnesota LotteryHeadquarters2645 Long Lake RoadRoseville, MN 55113651-297-7456http://www.lottery.state.mn.us/http://www.lottery.state.mn.us/unclaim.html
Missouri LotteryP.O. Box 16031823 Southridge DriveJefferson City, MO 65109-1603573-751-4050Winning Numbers Hot line: 573-751-1111http://www.molottery.com/http://www.molottery.com/aboutourgames/winningnumbers/unclaimedprizes.shtm
Montana Lottery2525 North Montana AvenueHelena, MT 59601-0598406-444-5825http://www.montanalottery.com/
Nebraska LotteryP.O. Box 98901301 Centennial Mall SouthLincoln, NE 68509402-471-6100http://www.nelottery.com/http://www.nelottery.com/article.xsp?aid=403unclaimed prize info for lotto, but you can also search by game.
New Hampshire LotteryP.O. Box 1208Concord, NH 03302-1208In-State: 800-852-3324Out-of-State: 603-271-3391www.nhlottery.comhttp://www.nhlottery.com/winning-numbers/
New Jersey LotteryP.O. Box 041Trenton, NJ 08625609-599-5835http://www.state.nj.us/lottery/http://www.state.nj.us/lottery/games/1-7_unclaimed_jackpots.htm
New Mexico LotteryCommunications OfficePO Box 93130Albuquerque, NM 87199-3130505-342-7600New Mexico Lottery Player's Hotline: 505-342-PLAY (7529).http://www.nmlottery.com/
New York LotteryOne Broadway CenterP.O. Box 7500 Schenectady, NY 12301-7500518-388-3415http://www.nylottery.org/index.php
North Carolina Education LotteryP.O. Box 41606Raleigh, NC 27629-1606Player Services at 877-962-7529 for more information.http://www.nc-educationlottery.org/
North Dakota Lottery600 E. Boulevard Ave. Dept. 125 Bismarck, ND 58505701-328-1574 http://www.ndlottery.org/
Ohio Lottery Commission615 W. Superior Ave.Cleveland, OH 44113216-787-3200800-686-4208http://www.ohiolottery.com/
Oklahoma Lottery Commission3817 N. Santa FeOklahoma City, OK 73118405-522-7700Fax: 405-521-0528http://www.lottery.ok.gov/http://www.lottery.ok.gov/unclaimed_prizes.asp
Oregon LotteryPO Box 12649Salem, OR 97309503-540-1000http://www.oregonlottery.org/welcome.php
Pennsylvania Lottery2850 Turnpike Industrial DriveMiddletown, PA 17057717-986-4699Fax: 717-986-4767 http://www.palottery.state.pa.us/
Rhode Island Lottery1425 Pontiac AvenueCranston, RI 02920401-463-6500Fax: 401-463-5669http://www.rilot.com/
South CarolinaÂ Education Lottery PO Box 11039 Columbia, SC 29211-1039803-737-2002http://www.sceducationlottery.com/ South Dakota LotteryPO Box 7107207 E. Capitol Ave. Pierre, SD 57501605-773-5770Fax: 605-773-5786http://www.sdlottery.org/http://www.sdlottery.org/ClaimPrize_unclaimed.asp
Tennessee LotteryP.O. Box 23470Nashville, TN 37202615-324-6500 Player Services: 1 -877-7TN-PLAY (786-7529) http://www.tnlottery.com/
Texas LotteryP.O. Box 16630Austin, TX 78761-6630800-37LOTTOhttp://www.txlottery.org/
Vermont Lottery1311 US Route 302-Berlin, Suite 100Barre, VT 05641802-479-5686 1-800-322-8800 (in Vermont) Fax: 802-479-4294 http://www.vtlottery.com/
Virginia Lottery900 E. Main StreetRichmond, VA 23219804-692-7000Fax: 804-692-7102 http://www.valottery.com/
Washington LotteryPO Box 43000Olympia, WA 98504-3000360-664-4720Fax: 360-664-2630Winning Numbers Line1-800-545-7510http://www.walottery.com/http://www.walottery.com/sections/WinningNumbers/Default.aspx?Page=Unclaimed$6,750,000 in just two top prizes
West Virginia LotteryP.O. Box 2067Charleston, WV 25327304-558-0500800-982-2274http://www.wvlottery.com/
Wisconsin LotteryPO Box 8941Madison, WI 53708-8941608-261-4916Winning Number Hotline608-266-7777 http://www.wilottery.com/index.asp
As we said at the beginning, your state keeps money that may belong to you. Each year, due to death, inadvertence or forgetfulness, more than 200,000 people and organizations lose track of monies, rights to monies, and intangible property in just the state of Ohio. Several million citizens across the United States are in the same boat!
Common sources of unclaimed funds include: dormant savings and checking accounts unpaid insurance policies underlying shares of stock unreturned rent and utility deposits forgotten layaway deposits credit memos unclaimed wages or commissions securities undelivered and uncashed stock dividends credit balances uncashed checks intangible contents of safe deposit boxes Ohio has more than 2.6 million accounts worth over $700 million in its custody, and its diligent efforts to locate missing owners and reunite them with their lost assets has been successful year after year. Most states have similar search databases, like Ohio, where you can search by name. According to the information from the state of California, The State of California is holding more than $5.1 billion in Unclaimed Property. Last year, more than 328,000 accounts were returned, and the average amount received was almost $900! There are 8.2 million accounts, so there is a good chance that you, a friend or family member has unclaimed property.
Find states you resided in and go hunting for cash!
Alabama State TreasuryUnclaimed Property DivisionP.O. Box 302520Montgomery, AL 36130-2520 http://www.treasury.state.al.us
Alaska Department of RevenueTax DivisionUnclaimed Property SectionPO Box 110420Juneau, AK 99811-0420 907-465-3726http://www.tax.state.ak.us/UnclaimedProperty
Arizona Department of RevenueUnclaimed Property UnitP.O. Box 29026Phoenix, AZ 85038-9026 http://www.azunclaimed.gov
Arkansas Unclaimed Property DivisionAuditor of State Jim WoodPO Box 251906Little Rock, AR 72225-1906 800-CLAIM-IThttp://www.state.ar.us/auditor
California State Controller Steve WestlyBureau of Unclaimed Property, Division of Collections3301 C Street, Suite 712P.O. Box 942850Sacramento, CA 94250-5873 916-445-2636http://www.sco.ca.gov/ STATE STATUTES:http://www.sco.ca.gov/col/ucp/lawregs/index.shtml
Colorado Unclaimed Property Division1580 Logan Street, Suite 500 Denver, CO 80203 800-825-2111http://www.colorado.gov/apps/treasury/ucp/claims/
Connecticut Unclaimed Property DivisionOffice of State Treasurer55 Elm StreetHartford, CT 06106 860-702-3125http://www.state.ct.us/ott/
Delaware Bureau of Abandoned Property P.O. Box 8931Wilmington, DE 19899 http://revenue.delaware.gov/information/Escheat.shtml
District of Columbia Office of Finance & TreasuryUnclaimed Property Unit1275 K Street, NWSuite 500BWashington, DC 20005 202-442-8181http://cfo.washingtondc.gov/cfo/cwp/view,a,1326,q,590614,cfoNav,|33208|.asp
Florida Department of Financial ServicesBureau of Unclaimed PropertyPost Office Box 1990 Tallahassee, FL 32302-1990 850-413-5555 888-258-2253CLAIMS Fax: 850-413-3017 firstname.lastname@example.org://www.fltreasurehunt.org
Georgia Georgia Department of Revenue Local Government ServicesUnclaimed Property Program4245 International Parkway, Suite AHapeville, GA 30354-3918 404-968-0490http://www.etax.dor.ga.gov/ptd/adm/taxguide/ucp.aspx
Hawaii Department of Budget and FinanceUnclaimed Property ProgramP.O. Box 150Honolulu, HI 96810-0150 808-974-4000http://pahoehoe.ehawaii.gov/lilo/app
Idaho Idaho State Tax CommissionUnclaimed Property SectionP.O. BOX 70012Boise, ID 83707-0112 800-972-7660http://tax.idaho.gov/unclaimed.htm
Illinois Office of State TreasurerUnclaimed Property DivisionPO Box 19495Springfield, IL 62794-9495 217-785-6998http://www.state.il.us/treas
Indiana Attorney General's OfficeUnclaimed Property DivisionPO Box 2504Greenwood, IN 46142 http://www.indianaunclaimed.com
Iowa Michael L. Fitzgerald, State TreasurerThe Great Iowa Treasure HuntLucas State Office Building321 East 12th StreetDes Moines, IA 50319 515-281-5367http://www.greatiowatreasurehunt.com
Kansas Unclaimed Property Division900 Jackson Suite 201Topeka, KS 66612-1235 785-296-3171http://www.kansascash.com/prodweb/up/index.php
Kentucky Office of State Treasurer Jonathan MillerUnclaimed Property1050 US Highway 127 South, Suite 100Frankfort, KY 40601 502-564-4722http://www.kytreasury.com
Louisiana John Kennedy, State TreasurerUnclaimed Property DivisionP.O. Box 91010Baton Rouge, LA 70821 225-219-9400http://www.treasury.state.la.us
Maine State Treasurer's OfficeUnclaimed Property Division39 State House Station111 Sewall Street, 3rd FLAugusta, ME 04333-0039 888-283-2808http://www.maine.gov/treasurer/unclaimed_property/
MarylandUnclaimed Property Unit301 W. Preston StreetBaltimore, MD 21201-2385 888-674-0020http://www.marylandtaxes.com/default.asp
Massachusetts Abandoned Property Division1 Ashburton Place, 12th FloorBoston, MA 02108 888-344-MASShttp://www.mass.gov/treasury/
Michigan Department of TreasuryUnclaimed Property DivisionP.O. Box 30756Lansing, MI 48909 517-636-5320http://www.michigan.gov/treasury/0,1607,7-121-44435---,00.html
Minnesota Minnesota Department of CommerceUnclaimed Property Division85 7th Place East, Suite 600St. Paul, MN 55101-3165 651-296-2568http://www.state.mn.us/cgi-bin/portal/mn/jsp/content.do?id=-536881373&agency=Commerce
Mississippi Treasury DepartmentUnclaimed Property DivisionP.O. Box 138Jackson, MS 39205-0138 601-359-3600http://www.treasury.state.ms.us/Index.asp
Missouri State Treasurer Sarah SteelmanUnclaimed Property DivisionP.O. Box 1004Jefferson City, MO 65102 573-751-0123http://www.treasurer.mo.gov/mainucp.asp
Montana Department of RevenueUnclaimed Property DivisionSam W. Mitchell Bldg.125 N. Roberts, 3rd FloorHelena, MT 59604-5805 406-444-6900http://mt.gov/revenue/programsandservices/unclaimedproperty.asp
Nebraska Office of the State TreasurerUnclaimed Property Division5800 Cornhusker Highway, Building 2, Suite 4Lincoln, NE 68507 402-471-8497http://www.treasurer.org
Nevada Office of the State TreasurerUnclaimed Property Division555 E Washington AvenueSuite 4200Las Vegas, NV 89101-1070 800-521-0019http://nevadatreasurer.gov/
New Hampshire Treasury DepartmentUnclaimed Property Division25 Capitol Street , Room 205Concord , NH 03301 800-791-0920603-271-2619http://www.nh.gov/treasury/
New Jersey Department of the TreasuryUnclaimed PropertyP.O. Box 214Trenton, NJ 08695-0214 http://www.state.nj.us/treasury/taxation/index.html?updiscl.htm~mainFrame
New Mexico Taxation & Revenue DepartmentUnclaimed Property DivisionP.O. Box 25123Santa Fe, NM 87504-5123 505-476-1774https://ec3.state.nm.us/ucp
New York State ComptrollerNew York State Office of Unclaimed Funds110 State Street, 8th FloorAlbany, NY 12236 800-221-9311http://www.osc.state.ny.us/
North Carolina Department of State TreasurerUnclaimed / Escheats Division325 N Salisbury StreetRaleigh, NC 27603-1385 http://www.NCCash.com
North Dakota State Land DepartmentUnclaimed Property DivisionP.O. Box 5523Bismarck, ND 58506-5523 919-508-5176http://www.land.state.nd.us/
Ohio Department of CommerceDivision of Unclaimed Funds77 South High Street - 20th floorColumbus, OH 43266-0545 http://www.com.state.oh.us/unfd/treasurehunt.asp
Oklahoma Oklahoma State Treasurer's OfficeUnclaimed Property Division4545 North Lincoln Boulevard, Suite 106Oklahoma City, OK 73105-3413 405-521-4273http://www.ok.gov/treasurer/Unclaimed_Property/
Oregon Department of State LandsUnclaimed Property Division775 Summer Street NE Suite 100Salem, OR 97301-1279 503-378-3805http://www.oregonstatelands.us/
Pennsylvania State Treasurer Robert P. Casey, Jr.Unclaimed Property BureauP.O. Box 1837Harrisburg, PA 17105-1837 800-222-2046http://www.patreasury.org
Rhode Island Department of TreasuryUnclaimed Property DivisionP.O. Box 1435Providence, RI 02901-1435 401-222-6505http://www.treasury.ri.gov/
South Carolina Office of the State TreasurerUnclaimed Property DivisionPO Box 11778 Columbia, SC 29211-1778 803-737-4771http://treasurer.sc.gov/
South Dakota Office of the State TreasurerVernon L. Larson500 East Capitol Ave.Pierre, SD 57501-5070 605-773-3379866-357-2547http://www.sdtreasurer.com/
Tennessee Treasury Department Unclaimed Property DivisionAndrew Jackson Building, 9th Floor500 Deaderick StreetNashville, TN 37243-0242 615-741-6499http://www.treasury.state.tn.us/unclaim/
Texas Texas Comptroller of Public AccountsUnclaimed Property DivisionP.O. Box 12019Austin, TX 78711-2019 800-654-3463http://www.window.state.tx.us/up/
Utah State Treasurer's OfficeUnclaimed Property Division341 South Main St., 5th FloorSalt Lake City, UT 84111 801-217-1203888-217-1203http://www.treasurer.state.ut.us/
Vermont Office of the State TreasurerUnclaimed Property Division109 State Street, 4th FloorMontpelier, VT 05609-6901 802-828-2407800-642-3191http://www.vermonttreasurer.gov
Virginia Department of TreasuryUnclaimed Property DivisionP.O. Box 2478Richmond, VA 23218-2478 800-468-1088http://www.trs.virginia.gov E-mail: email@example.com
Washington Department of RevenueUnclaimed Property SectionPO Box 47477Olympia, WA 98504-7477 800-435-2429360-705-6706http://ucp.dor.wa.gov
West Virginia Office of State TreasurerOne Players Club DriveCharleston, WV 25311 800-642-8687http://www.wvsto.com/
OTHER RESOURCES:Unclaimed Property Database Name SearchUniform Unclaimed Property ActUnclaimed Property Division Website
Wisconsin State Treasurer's OfficeUnclaimed Property DivisionP.O. Box 2114Madison, WI 53701-2114 608-267-7977877-699-9211http://www.ost.state.wi.us
Wyoming Office of the State TreasurerUnclaimed Property Division2515 Warren Avenue, Suite 502Cheyenne, WY 82002 307-777-5590http://treasurer.state.wy.us/uphome.asp STATE STATUTES:http://legisweb.state.wy.us/statutes/statutes.aspx?file=titles/Title34/T34CH24.htm