About the Division of Unclaimed Funds
The Division of Unclaimed Funds is part of the Ohio Department of Commerce and was created to protect Ohio citizens who have inactive accounts with financial institutions and other entities. The Division is responsible for the safekeeping and return of monies designated as “unclaimed”. Each year, due to death, oversight or forgetfulness, more than 200,000 people and organizations lose track of monies, rights to monies, and intangible property in Ohio. Enacted in 1968 to protect people who lost track of their money, the unclaimed funds laws allow the division to ensure that holders report unclaimed funds.
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