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Delaware’s Office of Unclaimed Property Website Is Moving

State Escheator and Office of Unclaimed Property Director Brenda Mayrack this week announced that Delaware’s Office of Unclaimed Property will be moving its website to unclaimedproperty.delaware.gov. By federal policy, U.S. government-related domain names (“.gov”) are only available to official governmental organizations in the United States. Originally launched in October of 2015, delaware.findyourunclaimedproperty.com has provided the […]




New Division of Revenue Director Appointed

David Gregor has been appointed the new Director of Revenue for the State of Delaware, effective Monday, January 9, 2017. Mr. Gregor has been with the Department of Finance for more than 29 years, most recently serving as the Deputy Secretary of Finance – a position he’s held since August of 2010.




Delaware’s Department Of Finance Launches New Unclaimed Property Website – Is Your Money Missing?

On Friday, October 30, 2015 the Delaware Department of Finance will officially launch https://delaware.findyourunclaimedproperty.com. The new website will provide the public easy access to the state’s unclaimed property database. It will allow users to search by name to find information regarding any unclaimed property they may have in Delaware. The website also allows visitors to submit and check claim status online.




Delaware Escheator Gregor warns of misleading Unclaimed Property postcards

Delaware’s State Escheator David Gregor warns today that postcards stamped “Unclaimed Property Notification” are suspicious and should be ignored. They have not been sent from Delaware’s Unclaimed Property department or by any other State of Delaware agency.




Delaware Reunites Owners with Unclaimed Property

In just over eight months, the Department of Finance’s Office of Unclaimed Property has reunited more individuals with their unclaimed property during Fiscal Year 2014 than it did in all of Fiscal Year 2013.







 Pages Tagged With: "“state escheator”"

Delaware’s Office of Unclaimed Property Website Is Moving

State Escheator and Office of Unclaimed Property Director Brenda Mayrack this week announced that Delaware’s Office of Unclaimed Property will be moving its website to unclaimedproperty.delaware.gov. By federal policy, U.S. government-related domain names (“.gov”) are only available to official governmental organizations in the United States. Originally launched in October of 2015, delaware.findyourunclaimedproperty.com has provided the […]




New Division of Revenue Director Appointed

David Gregor has been appointed the new Director of Revenue for the State of Delaware, effective Monday, January 9, 2017. Mr. Gregor has been with the Department of Finance for more than 29 years, most recently serving as the Deputy Secretary of Finance – a position he’s held since August of 2010.




Delaware’s Department Of Finance Launches New Unclaimed Property Website – Is Your Money Missing?

On Friday, October 30, 2015 the Delaware Department of Finance will officially launch https://delaware.findyourunclaimedproperty.com. The new website will provide the public easy access to the state’s unclaimed property database. It will allow users to search by name to find information regarding any unclaimed property they may have in Delaware. The website also allows visitors to submit and check claim status online.




Delaware Escheator Gregor warns of misleading Unclaimed Property postcards

Delaware’s State Escheator David Gregor warns today that postcards stamped “Unclaimed Property Notification” are suspicious and should be ignored. They have not been sent from Delaware’s Unclaimed Property department or by any other State of Delaware agency.




Delaware Reunites Owners with Unclaimed Property

In just over eight months, the Department of Finance’s Office of Unclaimed Property has reunited more individuals with their unclaimed property during Fiscal Year 2014 than it did in all of Fiscal Year 2013.