Unclaimed Property List

National list of  unclaimed properties


Private unclaimed funds held by commercial organizations

Property owners’ names on this page:

Wygod, George—Wygodsky, Stella

ID NumberProperty OwnerStateProperty HolderNotes
249-73790 Wygod, George New Yorksee details
249-73791 Wygoda, Barbara New Yorksee details
249-73792 Wygoda, Gail New Yorksee details
249-73793 Wygoda, Gerald H New Yorksee details
249-73794 Wygoda, Sally New Yorksee details
249-73795 Wygodski, Marta New Yorksee details
249-73796 Wygodsky, Joseph New Yorksee details
249-73797 Wygodsky, Joseph New Yorksee details
249-73798 Wygodsky, Stella New Yorksee details
249-73799 Wygodsky, Stella New Yorksee details
ID NumberProperty OwnerStateProperty HolderNotes

The reports are filed yearly
or as required by state legislation.

Unclaimed money come from many sources. Much of it – about 10% – is from insurance, e.g. someone had life insurance the heirs don‘t know about, or the policy changed after people moved, and the insurance company didn‘t find them. Utility deposits also make up a good percentage. Most of the money is small amounts from old bank accounts.

I found my name on the list.
What do I do now?

Treasuries of every state deal with unclaimed property passed on to them by the “property holder” organization. Information here can refer to both properties held by government and non-government organizations, so if the state procedure yields no results it is a good idea to contact the organization directly.

If you have reason to believe that you are the rightful owner of the property listed here you have to find out if you can claim the property under question, and if it’s worth the effort.

All states maintain free-to-access registries of unclaimed properties. We provide a free step-by-step guide to assist in checking if the property can be claimed and further actions — please, see the top main section of this page to the right that says ‘Claim property.’