How you could find £39,000 in personal unclaimed assets.

How you could find £39,000 in personal unclaimed assets.

finding unclaimed assets

You’ve probably heard us repeatedly talking about unclaimed assets. But the fact remains that your money is still out there, and it’s waiting to be claimed. According to the Unclaimed Assets Register, the UK has between £15 and £20 BILLION of outstanding money. Some of this cash could belong to YOU and it needs to be collected.

You may think that you can’t have lost money through your personal financial accounts. But it’s easier than you think for unclaimed assets to become trapped within your accounts and policies. A male user from Money Saving Expert, was fortunate enough to discover £39,000 in an old pension policy.

Without even knowing it, you could be sitting on a large pile of your own lost assets. The windfall could relate to a family member, of which you are the beneficiary. Or it could stem from an old bank account which has been forgotten about, or within unclaimed premium bonds. The possibilities are endless.

But … just imagine unearthing your own exclusive financial treasure – for free.

This is where Monimine can help with unclaimed assets.

Monimine are a nationally recognised asset tracing tool. Successful liaising and negotiating with UK financial institutions has enabled Monimine access to a large database of records. This means that if you have unclaimed assets, we can find them.

Registering with Monimine is completely free of charge. All that you are required to do, is to input some personal information and a brief address history. This is so that we can identify your records and link you to your money. No financial information will be shared at any point.

If your information matches with the financial records we have in our database, we can reunite you with your cash.

It’s as simple as that.

There’s no catch, and there’s really nothing to lose.

Why not try your luck today? Search at monimine.com 

Josh Cousens – Monimine. 

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