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Vermont Unclaimed Property

Vermont Unclaimed Property is kept under the safe custody of Vermont State Treasurer's Office, which maintains a list of owners and administers claim processes in order to benefit the citizens of the State of Vermont . Unclaimed Property Division is a specialized section of the State Treasurer's Office, which is made responsible for all issues associated with unclaimed property in the State of VT.

The Unclaimed Property in Vermont consists of financial assets, funds and money, which have not been claimed by the owners and so they remained with the holders, such as banks, financial institutions, credit unions, retailers, government agencies, etc for quite a long time. According to the law of the state, all such properties must be turned over to the state if a certain period passes without any financial activity. Thus, the Vermont Unclaimed Property Division obtains money, funds or other assets from holders, which it preserves forever for the original owners or legitimate heirs.

The most common forms of VT Unclaimed Property includes the likes of uncashed pay checks, unused gift certificates, forgotten bank accounts and unclaimed security deposits. Besides Unclaimed Money, the Division also holds mutual funds, stocks and contents of safe deposit boxes. There is no charge for searching such Unclaimed Funds or Money in Vermont and you also do no pay for claiming them back.

In order to find and locate owners of Vermont Abandoned Property, the Division has taken several efforts. Advertisement in various forms of media and other outreach activities have made it possible for the Unclaimed Property Division to return as much money to owners as possible. For more information regarding every aspect of Vermont State Unclaimed Property, visit the official website of the State Treasurer's Office.

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