A simple database search is all you need to find out if it belongs to you.
The City of San Diego is currently trying to give back $1.2 million in unclaimed funds. The money comes from checks that were returned because the addresses were invalid reports ABC 10.
The amount of the refunds range from as little as $1 to $30,000.
Cecilia San Pedro, Disbursements Manager for the Office of the City Comptroller said she would like to see all the funds returned to their rightful owners.
"We want to refund every single dollar of unclaimed money,” said San Pedro. “A simple search is all it takes to verify if you have been issued a check that has gone unclaimed. There is no charge to search the data or to file a claim.”
To see if the City owes you money, click HERE.
You can submit a claim by printing and completing the Request for Unclaimed Monies form.
City of San Diego, Office of the City Comptroller
Unclaimed Monies Claim Processing
202 C St. – Mail Station 7A
San Diego, CA 92101
The City will verify claims and send replacement checks in four to six weeks. Anyone who has questions about unclaimed money may call 619-236-6310 or email email@example.com.