Help Your Dad To Find Unclaimed Cash On Father’s Day

Help Your Dad To Find Unclaimed Cash On Father’s Day

Find unclaimed cash for Father's Day

With Father’s Day just around the corner, it’s a chance to say thank you to your old man. You might usually get him a few beers, cook him a meal or take him out, but what are you getting him this year? Well, we might just have the perfect solution … in the shape of unclaimed cash.

Your Dad could be unaware that he is owed a quantity of unclaimed money. Figures suggest that up to £25 BILLION of missing money is trapped within UK financial institutions. Imagine losing a couple of quid down the back of the sofa and forgetting about it. Well this is a similar scenario, only on a much bigger scale. It can be surprisingly easy to lose track of financial accounts.

I’m sure your Dad would appreciate it if you pointed him in the right direction. Monimine offer a cost free service, which allows the user to seek out any lost assets they’re entitled to. We have expertise and experience in the industry, backed by innovative technology which is a front runner in the asset tracing game.

Just imagine … you suggest to your Father that he should sign up to Monimine. He does, and he finds a match. Individuals can be matched with anything from £50, up to £500,000. I don’t know about you, but I think he would be pretty chuffed with that.

Your Dad may be a fan of traditional presents, but no one will turn their nose up at free money. Of course, you’re welcome to sign up to Monimine yourself and discover whether you have any lost assets of your own.

Head to Monimine today and fill in some basic family information to begin your journey. If you have been successful in matching with any lost assets, you will be the first to know.

Josh Cousens – Monimine.

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