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|South Carolina has millions in unclaimed property, mostly from forgotten bank accounts, utility deposits and misdirected checks. South Carolina unclaimed property includes inactive bank accounts, unclaimed securities, unused gift certificates, abandoned safe deposit boxes, jewelry, rare coins and stamps. Each year, many millions in South Carolina unclaimed property are claimed by people like you. Search the official South Carolina Unclaimed Property online database to get your money back.
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- South Carolina unclaimed property law says that when the holder of property (e.g., a bank, insurance company, brokerage firm, or utility company) is unable to locate the owner after a certain period of time (usually five years), the holder must send the property to the State Treasurer. The State Treasurer's Unclaimed Property Program then holds the property for the owner until the owner can be found.
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