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I installed this app for free. The user is able to find out if the U.S. government is holding money in their name.
The user has to type in their Last Name or Business Name. First name is optional. Make sure the name is spelled correctly. Hit the return key when you are finished.
The search results appear. Select the name that you believe is correct (the person you are looking for).
I picked one as an example. I chose John Doe in AZ. The person’s address appears. Touch the address once again.
Push the area again to get the credits and unlock the details. It costs .99 cents. There is a button you can push called “Show Me a Sample”. It gives you the name, address and the place that reported the money. It also indicates what state is holding it. There are buttons at the bottom that allow you to save the details or email them. There’s another button for claims.
You may want to see if your state is listed. There is an info tab at the bottom that lists the supported states. Overall, I found this very easy to use. It’s straight forward and an excellent way to locate unclaimed money.