West Virginia Treasury continues with unclaimed property returns with just under $1M in December

15 January 2024- State Treasurer Riley Moore today announced his Office’s Unclaimed Property Division returned nearly $1 million worth of unclaimed property to individuals, businesses and organizations during the month of December.

“We’re proud to have made the holidays a little sweeter for many West Virginians by returning almost $1 million to them last month,” Treasurer Moore said. “Entering 2024, we’re continuing to focus on returning money back to its rightful owners, so I encourage everyone to visit www.wvunclaimedproperty.gov today to see if we’re holding any money for you.”

The Unclaimed Property Division returned $961,608 through 1,601 claims during the month. Since the fiscal year began July 1, the Office has paid out nearly $11.4 million in unclaimed property claims.

The Treasurer’s Office has more than $400 million worth of unclaimed property listings in its database.