Kathy had never purchased stock, and never lived in Texas. She was sure we had the wrong information. Even so, she worked with our Claims Recovery Specialist… just in case it could be true. She’s glad she did!
Years ago, Kathy’s employer issued stock to employees when the company went public. While it didn’t have much value at the time, Kathy’s stock is now worth over $10,000! We matched the information and filed a claim on her behalf. She now has new appliances, new bedroom furniture, and new clothes, all luxuries she couldn’t afford with her limited disability income.
Kathy’s name and location have been changed to protect her privacy.
Sometimes heirs can be VERY difficult to find. That was certainly the case with this recovery!
John was a single man with no immediate family. When John passed away, he had no idea he was owed money from the sale of a foreclosed property. Our Claims Recovery Specialists were determined to find a family member, even a distant one, rather than leave his funds unclaimed. After many days of searching, we were surprised to locate five cousins across the U.S. and Canada… but we weren’t nearly as surprised as the cousins when we told them why we were calling!
We spoke to more people than we can count, handled unique documentation requirements for the distant heirs, and even created a family tree to be sure we didn’t miss anyone in the process. Claims have been filed, and all five cousins are looking forward to the unexpected cash!
John’s name was changed to protect his privacy.
It makes us especially happy when we locate a client who REALLY needs the money!
Jane had spent the past year in a rehabilitation facility and was trying to get her life back on track. She desperately needed to find a job and get back to work, but had no transportation and no resources with which to purchase or finance a car. We located Jane, found money that she didn’t know she had, and funded a buyout so she could have her money within 30 days. When we checked in with her two weeks later, she was the proud owner of a new car and she was already interviewing for a new job.
Jane’s name was changed to protect her privacy.