Whilst the autumn leaves fall, it’s time to pick up your financial assets.

Whilst the autumn leaves fall, it’s time to pick up your financial assets.

pick up financial assets

The emergence of autumns auburns has signalled the drawing of a reluctant curtain on our summer season. You may have had a bit more sunshine spending than you anticipated this year. So what better time to explore your accounts and investigate whether you’re owed any outstanding financial assets?

According to the Unclaimed Assets Register, there is currently between £15 and £20 billion of unclaimed money in the UK! Through our own independent research, we actually think that this total could be even higher.

A major problem is that many people don’t even know that they have lost assets. Can you be 100% sure that you haven’t leaked money through a pension policy? Perhaps your parents, or grandparents may have left money behind and you don’t know about it. There could be a pile of cash left in a bank account that you set up when you were younger and forgot about.

The possibilities of how money can be lost is endless … and it can happen to anyone. 

The good news is that all hope is not lost. In fact, Monimine can provide you with great hope. If you fancy establishing whether you are owed any unclaimed financial assets, you can do so for free, using the Monimine tool.

You’re in safe hands. Monimine are nationally recognised leaders in unclaimed asset tracing and if there is a pot of money to find, you have come to the right place. Using innovative technology, traditional tracing methods and years of experience, we endeavour to leave no financial stone unturned.

Monimine won’t charge you a penny to register, and if your information matches with the data we have sourced from financial institutions, we can reunite you with your money … it’s as simple as that.

No costs, no effort ….. what is there to lose?

Search today at monimine.com.

Josh Cousens – Monimine. 

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