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|Unclaimed Asset Owner Location Effort
Did you receive a letter or email from the Arizona Unclaimed Property Program?
Click here to confirm that we are a legitimate government program and if your correspondence is genuine.
Unclaimed Property is a financial asset owed to an individual or business. Property is considered unclaimed when there has been no owner contact for a specified period of time, usually between 1 and 3 years.
The purpose of the Unclaimed Property Unit is to efficiently and effectively collect, safeguard, and distribute unclaimed property to the rightful owners through prompt and courteous service, and to provide education to the public and holders about Unclaimed Property Laws.
Have you forgotten about a checking or savings account, an old uncashed check, stock, safe deposit box, etc.?
The State of Arizona holds unclaimed property as a custodian for the rightful owner.
The state will return property to owners who provide proof showing their right to claim the property.
When efforts by the holder to locate the owner fail, the funds must be turned over to the Department of Revenue who is then responsible for safeguarding the funds.
By completing your annual report, you are not only complying with Arizona Revised Statutes, Title 44, Chapter 3, but you are performing a valuable service to the community by helping us protect abandoned property.