CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- Starting Thursday, the West Virginia State Treasurer's Office will publish lists of residents who have unclaimed property in the state.
The bulletins will run in the largest newspaper in each county starting March 27. The bulletins will run until April 10.
The list will name nearly 13,000 residents who have unclaimed property, including real estate. None of the names to be advertised have been published in any prior unclaimed property publications. Anyone whose name is published is the rightful owner of $50 or more in unclaimed assets.
“As with all the inserts we publish we expect a great response through word of mouth and direct contact,” said Treasurer Perdue. “We’ll be waiting excitedly for that same response this time.”
If you find your name on the list, click the link to the right to file a claim.