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The State of Florida has more than $1 billion in unclaimed assets, mostly from dormant accounts in financial institutions, insurance and utility companies, safe deposit boxes and trust holdings. In addition to money and securities, this unclaimed property includes watches, jewelry, coins, currency, stamps and more. Each year, many millions are claimed by people like you.

Search the official Florida Unclaimed Property online database by entering your own name or the name of your business. You may also want to search using maiden names or common misspellings of your name. If your name matches something in the database, the system will display it, and you can click on a link to request a claim form.

The official database does not always contain all abandoned property accounts. Unclaimed property reports are filed throughout the year, and accounts are posted to the database weekly.

Return to this site often to search for unclaimed property.

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Amnesty (Florida Unclaimed Property)

The Florida Department of Financial Services is encouraging businesses inside and outside the State of Florida who are holding unclaimed property to comply with Florida’s Unclaimed Property Law. This compliance can be achieved using a program called voluntary disclosure.

http://www.fltreasurehunt.org/files/VDA-Requirements.pdf

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Contact Information (Florida Unclaimed Property)

Complete Florida unclaimed property contact information, including email and postal addresses, phone and fax numbers, and names of Florida unclaimed property personnel.

http://www.fltreasurehunt.org/Staff.jsp

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Finders (Florida Unclaimed Property)

This page is for Florida unclaimed property finders or locators requesting claim forms (Form DFS-UP-108) for accounts held in the Unclaimed Property office.

https://www.fltreasurehunt.org/ControlServlet?ActionForm=GotoLocatorLogin

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Forms (Florida Unclaimed Property)

For the reporting of property that has gone unclaimed and reached the required dormancy period.

http://www.fltreasurehunt.org/Reporting-Instructions.jsp

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Frequently Asked Questions (Florida Unclaimed Property)

Questions and answers for Florida Unclaimed Property holders, locators (finders) and claimants (owners).

http://www.fltreasurehunt.org/FAQ.jsp

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Holder Information (Florida Unclaimed Property)

Includes current reporting instructions and software, online and electronic filing, FAQs, statutes and more.

http://www.fltreasurehunt.org/Holder.jsp

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Official Web Site (Florida Unclaimed Property)

Currently, the Florida Chief Financial Officer holds unclaimed property accounts valued at more than $1 billion. To find out if the Florida Bureau of Unclaimed Property is holding unclaimed property that belongs to you, search for unclaimed property online.

http://www.fltreasurehunt.org/

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Search for Unclaimed Property (Florida Unclaimed Property)

To search for unclaimed property, enter the name of the original owner of the property. To narrow your search results, include the city, state, or zip code of the last known address of the original owner of the property.

http://www.fltreasurehunt.org/ControlServlet?ActionForm=GotoNewPublicSearch

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