New York returns $1 Million a day in unclaimed funds

Everyday NY returns $1 Million to those who file claims on their Unclaimed Funds Database

New York has been able to return $95,075,685 since January 2014

New York has been able to return this amount thanks to comprehensive (US wide) legislation, an easy to search database on the State website, regular promotion around unclaimed funds and a multitude of outreach activity aimed specifically at searching and finding the legal owners of the lost money that they are holding.

Despite this, New York still has $12 Billion in Unclaimed (hard earned) financial assets

Imagine if you will if

1) each Canadian province & territory in Canada (not just 2) had comprehensive & consistent legislation to protect unclaimed/lost financial assets &

2) Each Canadian province & territory in Canada (not just 2) provided a comprehensive & easy to search database  like the US and many other Countries provide

It`s time. It doesn’t take a lot to become separated from your money or from money a loved one had. Famous Celebrities can lose track as well. Here are a few that show up in the NY database:

  • Tina Fey (from 2005)
  • Mariah Carey (from 2002)
  • Beyonce
  • HIlary Clinton
  • Sean “Diddy” Combs (from 1991)
  • Angelina Jolie (from 2004)
  • Glenn Close (from 1994)
  • Eliot Spitzer
  • Denis Leary
  • Robert DeNiro
  • Paula Zahn
  • Woody Allen (from 2012)
  • Yoko Ono (from 2012)
  • Anthony Wiener

New York Unclaimed money database 

The core mission behind LegacyTracker has been to help solve the problem of funds becoming Unclaimed. But LegacyTracker as an online financial/estate organizing solution can do a lot more both for consumers and the trusted financial providers they work with. Contact us to find out more