Does the state of Maryland owe you money?
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|Last Name||First name||MI||Address|
|BONAPARTE||GERALD &||D||DORA HENSON
|BONAPARTE||LOURA||P||5608 GWYNNDAL AVE
|BONAPARTE||SHANTEL||4708 PARKSIDE DR
|BONAPARTE BREADS||8600 FOUNDRY ST
Visit the Comptroller of Maryland website
and fill out the claim form. Then mail in the form (along with supporting documentation
) to the address provided.
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The Maryland Comptroller's Office holds
unclaimed property records on hundreds of thousands of accounts, which are worth hundreds of millions of dollars in total.
Many people don't realize that they have money owed to them from unclaimed property. This property can come from safe deposit boxes, bank accounts, stocks, bonds, uncashed checks and wages, insurance policies, trust funds and utility deposits, among other things. The rightful owners may be unaware that they are heirs to property from deceased relatives, or financial oversights may have resulted in unclaimed assets.
The Comptroller's Office attempts to locate owners through newspaper ads, media campaigns, mass mailings and outreach programs, but it is still quite common for unclaimed property to go overlooked by owners who wouldn't know that it was theirs to look for in the first place.
To search for unclaimed property or assets that the state government may have tried to notify you about, fill in one or more of the fields below and click submit.
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Source: June 4 data digitally collected from the Comptroller of Maryland. For future updates visit the state database.