faqs: FAQ's: What happens if I don't do anything? - 05/25/12 06:09 AM
In my business, there are many questions.  I am in the business of Asset Recovery.  Specifically dealing with money that cannot often be found through a normal (or any search) on the Internet.
A question asked of me often is “What happens if I don’t do anything?”
Our standard answer: “If you choose to take no action, the asset will remain unclaimed.  In some states, if an asset is unclaimed for an extended period of time, it is often transferred to the state in which the asset resides negating any chances of recovery.  This process is called Escheating.”
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faqs: FAQ's: How do I begin the recovery of my funds? - 05/23/12 04:37 AM
In my business, there are many questions.  I am in the business of Asset Recovery.  Specifically dealing with money that cannot often be found through a normal (or any search) on the Internet.
A question asked of me often is “How do I begin the recovery of my funds?”
Our standard answer: “An Agreement is authorized between you and U.S. Financial Funding to begin the recovery process.  After an Agreement, there are a few extra papers needed to continue and finish the process.  Occasionally, the entity holding your funds may require additional documentation.
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faqs: FAQ's: If the state has my money...? - 05/22/12 10:38 AM
In my business, there are many questions.  I am in the business of Asset Recovery.  Specifically dealing with money that cannot often be found through a normal (or any search) on the Internet.
A question asked of me often is “If the state is holding onto money that is supposed to belong to me, what happens to it?”
Our standard answer is: “The state invests these funds and makes interest off of the money they are holding. Usually, but not always, the interest made is used to help support the educational system of that state.”
Additionally, states are passing laws specific … (0 comments)

faqs: FAQ's: What protection is in place so I get paid? - 05/21/12 10:15 AM
In my business, there are many questions.  I am in the business of Asset Recovery.  Specifically dealing with money that cannot often be found through a normal (or any search) on the Internet.
A question asked of me often is “What protections are in place to ensure that I will receive the money that I am entitled to?”
Our standard answer: “All transactions are done through a reputable attorney who is in good standing with the Bar Association of the state the funds are located in. In each case, all major correspondence will go through that attorney and all monies are … (0 comments)

faqs: FAQ's: How do you know that I am entitled to the money? - 05/18/12 04:28 AM
In my business, there are many questions.  I am in the business of Asset Recovery.  Specifically dealing with money that cannot often be found through a normal (or any search) on the Internet.
A question asked of me often is “How so you know that I am entitled to the money?”
          
Our standard answer: “U.S. Financial Funding's initial research leads us to believe that the funds discussed with you are still available.  We ae willing to assume any and all risks associated with the collection of these funds."
Our company spends much time to acquire specialized lists that … (0 comments)

faqs: FAQ's: If I were really owed money...? - 05/17/12 08:47 AM
In my business, there are many questions.  I am in the business of Asset Recovery.  Specifically dealing with money that cannot often be found through a normal (or any search) on the Internet.
A question asked of me often is “If I were really owed money wouldn't I have been contacted about it and the money given to me?”
          
Our standard answer: “Depending upon the general statutes of the state where the money is located, you may already have been notified and possibly overlooked the notice.  In many states, they are not required to notify you at all."
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faqs: FAQ's: Why did you locate me? - 05/16/12 04:40 AM
In my business, there are many questions.  I am in the business of Asset Recovery.  Specifically dealing with money that cannot often be found through a normal (or any search) on the Internet.
A question asked of me often is “How and why did you locate me?”
          
Our standard answer: “U.S. Financial Funding research professionals make use of numerous public records. These records include, but are not limited to: change of address filings, voter registrations, telephone directories, city and town indexes, drivers' records, military registers, marriage and divorce filings, birth and death certificates, property ownership documents, … (0 comments)

faqs: FAQ's: What is a Structured Settlement? (in regards to our company) - 05/15/12 05:18 AM
In my business, there are many questions.  I am in the business of Asset Recovery.  Specifically dealing with money that cannot often be found through a normal (or any search) on the Internet.

A question asked of me often is “What is a structured settlement?”
Our standard answer: “A Structured Settlement in transactions like ours is a term that usually refers to any deferred payment obligation resulting from the settlement of a claim. Typically, the Claimant will have to wait, depending on the state where the claim is located, this can be anywhere from up to 12-24 months prior to … (0 comments)