YOU MUST CLAIM YOUR MONEY BY SEPTEMBER 1ST. CHECK THE LIST…
BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — With thanks to the 80s group “Europe,” it truly is the Final Countdown to claim money that Palm Beach County may owe you for various reasons. You must collect your money by tomorrow — September 1st.
The Palm Beach County Clerk of Courts has compiled a list of citizens owed cash bonds, outstanding juror checks, other outstanding checks, and civil registry and bond deposits. The list is extensive. If you’re on the list, you need to take action immediately to claim what is yours. We’ll link to the lists, below.
We note this is different than the “Florida Treasure Hunt” which — believe it or not — is truly a government-run website. The “Treasure Hunt” lists everyone in Florida who is owed money due to closed accounts, forgotten accounts, or other reasons. You can access that list here.
To access the Palm Beach County funds, use this link for the Palm Beach County Clerk of Courts. We note in all cases — county and state — you will need to prove that you are who you say you are. If you take funds that are not yours, you’ll almost assuredly end up on another list — a list of criminals awaiting arraignment.
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