Website helps Minnesotans find unclaimed cash

The Minnesota Commerce Department tells KARE 11 at least one out of 20 Minnesotans is owed at least $100 and in some cases thousands of dollars. The free nationwide MissingMoney.com database can help you locate any missing, lost, and unclaimed property, money and assets.
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The Minnesota Commerce Department tells KARE 11 at least one out of 20 Minnesotans is owed at least $100 and in some cases thousands of dollars.

The free nationwide MissingMoney.com database can help you locate any missing, lost, and unclaimed property, money and assets.

KARE 11 shows you how it works below:

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