Cash in on your forgotten money

It’s the banking equivalent of finding a stash of coins down the back of your sofa.

5th July, 2008

It’s the banking equivalent of finding a stash of coins down the back of your sofa.

Since 2001, legislation has been in place to help reunite people with money long since forgotten. The Dormant Accounts Act 2001 was designed to reunite account-holders and policyholders or their next of kin with their dormant funds and unclaimed policies in credit institutions.

With the addition of the Unclaimed Life Assurance Policies Act in 2003, a commitment was also...

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