Yes!! All one has to do in California is look at the gas and utility prices, coupled with the firearm laws, and you can see who is scooping up the unclaimed property!!
Yes, I did. I was able to get it because I found an old paper pay statement with the address associated with the claim.
I didn't go through this site, but the State of Florida's site, so I can't say whether it's a scam or not. My claim was paid fairly rapidly, and while it didn't make me rich, it was a nice benefit to have.
When I moved back to Florida, I was contacted by a representative of a law office about them helping me file my claim. Since I didn't initially have the paperwork to file my claim on my own, I might have used them if it weren't that they were going to end up with almost all of my "refund."Every State has their own "abandoned property" which you can search for and rightfully claim...for free... There are web site aggregators similar to the one above, that scab off the State's websites, and for a "fee" and with your consent, will claim those assets. They'll send you all the state's necessary forms and their assignment for signatures... Basically, you fill out the forms the state requires and provide all the necessary identities, and they simply forward the package on to the respective state.... while charging you a fee...