Finding your Tennessee unclaimed property is easy and fast. The state of Tennessee maintains a database with property that is free to search and claim. They want to get your money to you. All you have to do is find it. We can show you the quickest way to get your money in your hands.
Tutorial on Finding Your Tennessee Unclaimed Property
Clicking here will take you to the page that you will start to search on. There are a couple ways to search for your money. You should search the database maintained by the state of Tennessee as well as searching MissingMoney.com. Click here to go to a tutorial on navigating MissingMoney.com.
To search the Tennessee state database click here. Then click the "Search" button to start. Your last name is mandatory to enter. Your first name or city or property id all all optional. Enter them if you believe it will help narrow your search. You must also enter the letters and/or numbers you see in the box to help deter robots from entering.
A list of ten names per page will be displayed. If there are many results start your search over with more information to narrow your search by clicking "New Search" at the bottom of the page.
If you find property that may be yours click "Details" to the right of the name. More of the property information will be displayed and should help you to determine if it is yours to claim.
When reviewing the information ask yourself these three questions. 1.) Is this your name or business name? 2.) If a middle initial is shown, is it the same as yours? 3.) Do you live or have you lived at the address shown?
If you're satisfied that it is then click "Claim This" at the right. If you are unsure if you can claim this and need further assistance, please call 615-741-6499 or e-mail UCP.Information@tn.gov.
Fill in your first and last name and click "Next." Fill out the other information to request a claim form and see the list of documentation you must submit to be able to claim this property. Click "Next" to advance.
You then can print the form with the information you provided. You must sign the form and have it notarized and then mail it and the required documentation to help prove that it's your money to: