Oregon Unclaimed Property
There's a chance that you are owed some Oregon unclaimed property. It's simple to search and more importantly it's free. We've already gone through all the steps already so let us guide you through to the easiest and quickest way to get your money in your hand.
Tutorial on Finding Your Oregon Unclaimed Property
- To start you must register a username and provide a password. To do this you'll find a link above the box that you can enter a username and password. The link you'll click says. "New user? Register before claiming to track your claims online."
- You'll then have to create a username and password as well as enter your first and last name, address, a valid email address so that you can verify the account you are setting up, and a phone number.
- Upon completing the registration you'll then be able to search for a name. Enter the last name and first name if you'd like though it's not mandatory.
- Clicking "Search Properties" will return a list of names matching the one you entered. Browse the names looking for an address you currently live at or lived at at one time. If you find a property that you believe to be yours put a check mark in the box on the left. You may select several properties to claim at one time.
- Once you're convinced you have no more properties to claim click "Claim Properties" at the bottom of the page. You'll then be required to verify all your information is correct once again. Clicking "Next" will bring up a form that you can print.
- You can print this page by clicking the link in the top right hand corner that says "Print this Page."
The following is a list that must be included or completed to send the form in...
- Complete and sign this document in front of a notary public
- Evidence linking you, your relative or your business to the address, if listed in section B. If evidence is not available, please provide a written explanation
- A copy of the front and back of your current photo identification, which may include your driver's license or other government issued ID
- A copy of your Social Security number or a document which shows this number, such as tax return, bank statement, pay stub, etc. (You are not legally required to provide your Social Security number, but we request that you do so voluntarily to assist us in determining whether you are the rightful owner of the account.)
- If a co-owner is listed under Section B Owner(s)/Property Reported to Unclaimed Property, describe the status of the co-owner and their connection to you or the property. All owners and co-owners must sign the claim form or prove they are solely entitled to joint accounts.
Mail the notarized form and required documents to:
OREGON DEPARTMENT OF STATE LANDS
UNCLAIMED PROPERTY SECTION
775 SUMMER ST NE STE 100
SALEM, OR 97301-1279
If you have any questions, please reference your claim number in an email to the Oregon Unclaimed Property office at:
or call (503)-986-5200.