Bushnell Business Corp. - "Returning Unclaimed Funds to Rightful Owners"
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You have received a letter or postcard from us indicating money is currently being held in an account in your name, just waiting for you to come forward and claim it.  Bushnell Business Corp. takes great pride in our track record of success in returning those funds to their rightful owner(s).  The average turnaround time is 30 days from the time all documents are provided to the state or federal agency holding the funds.  To move forward,  contact us and we can send you the forms in the mail or attach them to an email.
Although we would love to tell you where the funds are located, we have found that many times people will go behind our backs and claim the money if we tell them where it is being held.    We have many hours of research into your file and will represent you to retrieve what is rightfully yours.  We ask for no money in advance.  We get paid when you get paid and our fees are well below what an average law firm would charge.  We will do everything we can to meet your expectations.  Now to move forward with getting your funds; fill out the forms by contacting us by phone (888-316-2532), fax (859-309-6219) or email info@bushnellbusiness.com.  We will send you the forms so you can get your money in a timely manner.
Types of unclaimed funds may include:
  • Forgotten or unused bank accounts
  • Failed bank account balances
  • Lost or forgotten uncashed checks
  • Stocks, bonds, dividends and interest and mutual funds
  • Insurance checks or refunds
  • Pension funds from former employees
  • HUD/FHA mortgage insurance refunds
  • Certificate of Deposits (CDs)
  • Trust funds
  • Utility Deposits
  • Safe Deposit box contents
  • Uncashed payroll checks and wages
  • State tax refunds
  • IRS refunds
  • Escrow Accounts
  • Probate
How do Accounts Become "Unclaimed"?
Often the owner forgets the account exists, moves and does not leave a forwarding address.  Funds may also remain from companies that have dissolved.  In some cases the owner dies and the heirs have no knowledge the account exists. 
Why do States have Unclaimed Asset Laws?
Laws were enacted to prevent businesses from using your money or taking it into their income possession.
What Attempts are Made to Find Owners?
Most States require the business to send a notice to the last known address informing you that your account will be transferred to the state for "safe keeping".
Returning Unclaimed funds to rightful owners
We hope you will see the value of working with a first class company to represent you in getting your funds back.  "It's your money and you want it NOW!"
Don't hesitate to contact us for more information if you have questions.