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Florida Had $28,000,000 In Unclaimed Property Returns in September

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Fla. – Today, Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Jimmy Patronis announced more than $28 million in unclaimed property was returned to Floridians in the month of September 2020. Additionally, since CFO Patronis took office three years ago more than $1 billion has been returned to Floridians in Unclaimed Property.

CFO Jimmy Patronis said, “We’re working hard to get our economy back on its feet and that’s why I am proud to announce that for the month of September more than $28 million went to the pockets of Floridians. Since the pandemic began in March, we have recovered and returned more than $216 million, which is especially important because now is the time when people need it the most. I’m looking forward to continuing to work hard and close out 2020 as a record-high year in returns. I encourage all Floridians to search now for unclaimed property at FLTreasureHunt.gov.”

Yes, search for yourself, it’s quick easy to do.

In July, the state posted a historical $42.9 million in unclaimed financial assets that were claimed and returned to their rightful owners through the Division of Unclaimed Property, part of the Florida Department of Financial Services.  

Simply visit https://www.fltreasurehunt.gov/ and start your search.

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