CHARLESTON, W.Va. – State Treasurer Riley Moore today announced his Office’s Unclaimed Property Division returned nearly $1 million worth of unclaimed property to individuals, businesses and organizations during the month of December.
“We’re proud to have made the holidays a little sweeter for many West Virginians by returning almost $1 million to them last month,” Treasurer Moore said. “Entering 2024, we’re continuing to focus on returning money back to its rightful owners, so I encourage everyone to visit www.wvunclaimedproperty.gov today to see if we’re holding any money for you.”
The Unclaimed Property Division returned $961,608 through 1,601 claims during the month. Since the fiscal year began July 1, the Office has paid out nearly $11.4 million in unclaimed property claims.
The Treasurer’s Office has more than $400 million worth of unclaimed property listings in its database.
For more information about the unclaimed property program, or to search if the Office is holding anything for you, visit www.WVUnclaimedProperty.gov.