More than $30 million has been reported to New Brunswick’s Unclaimed Property Program -- does any of it belong to you? Find out now by searching FundsFinderNB.ca. It’s free to search and claim what rightfully belongs to you.
According to the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators, one in seven people has unclaimed property – money and funds forgotten in credit union accounts, uncashed cheques, investment accounts, security deposits and more. Under New Brunswick’s Unclaimed Property Act, money and monetary property are generally considered to be unclaimed when there has been no activity on the property for at least three years, or 10 years for credit union accounts.
You may have unclaimed property if:
- You left a job, but never returned to receive your last paycheque.
- You had a relative who passed on, leaving an estate, but the heirs were never located.
- You opened and deposited money in credit union accounts and forgot about it.
- You received a cheque you did not cash.
- You moved from your apartment, but forgot to claim your security deposit.
The Financial and Consumer Services Commission (FCNB) operates the Unclaimed Property Program. We work with businesses and government entities to return unclaimed property to its rightful owner. For more information, visit Unclaimed Property on our website.