A few years ago, I found approximately $1,500 of my Dad's money.
Posted by: anonymous on June 24, 2015
I found an account I'm almost 100% sure belongs to my father and it has $2500 in it :| thank you for posting this!
Posted by: Stephanie on June 24, 2015
Cool, I hope it turns out to be your father's Stephanie.
That's almost like winning a contest.
Posted by: HDS on June 25, 2015
A few years ago I got a call from someone who told me he knew how I could get $600 and he'd tell me if I agreed to give him $100. I agreed. It turned out that I had an old bank account that I had been using when I was in university and I forgot about it. The guy who called me found out about it in the Canada Gazette. In those days there wasn't a website but these things were printed in the Gazette and I don't remember how you could get a copy of it. Anyway, I got the money and paid the guy like I had agreed to.
Posted by: Don on June 25, 2015
You can go to provinces revenue dept to check to Ontario is only province Not making business give back your money there is
Posted by: firstname.lastname@example.org on July 14, 2015
I found almost $1,900 for a friend who used to work up in the Yukon and had changed his last name. I've also let various charities know if I saw unclaimed money. I never ask for anything in return, just feel good doing this.
Posted by: Dinny on October 18, 2015
I found an account of my late uncle with $1,200 in it - emailed my cousin right away! Thanks so much for posting!!!
Posted by: Calibb on January 13, 2016
Wow! Thanks for this - I thought I was very careful about my money, but somehow I missed $6l of my son's money when he was young. It somehow didn't get sent with everything else when we moved.
Posted by: pj on March 8, 2017
Link isn't working
Posted by: wjmtv on October 29, 2018