AG gets $4.1M back in the hands of NWI residents

2013-01-22T00:00:00Z 2013-01-25T18:13:10Z AG gets $4.1M back in the hands of NWI residentsTimes Staff
January 22, 2013 12:00 am  • 

GARY | Attorney General Greg Zoeller has announced that $4,162,342.67 in unclaimed property was returned to residents or former residents of Northwest Indiana in 2012. This amount, along with the other regional totals, brought the overall state return to $44,898,309.86 for 2012, which exceeds 2011’s amount by more than $600,000.

Making a claim with the Attorney General’s Unclaimed Property Division is free and easy. Zoeller encourages all Hoosiers to visit to search for their name, their relatives, neighbors and friends’ names.

The Indiana Unclaimed Property database is also now mobile. Anyone can search for free through the mobile application — just use keyword Indiana Unclaimed to download. The app makes it easy to look for unclaimed property. Business owners and charitable organizations should also check annually for unclaimed property.

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