Unclaimed Property Search 

Search for unclaimed property in New Mexico

For specific eligibility requirements and site links, see Filing a Claim

Search nationally

The website missingmoney.com is authorized by New Mexico and other states to list owners of unclaimed property. There is no cost to search for your property or to request a claim form. Follow the instructions for requesting a claim form on the missingmoney.com website. If your search state isn’t listed on missingmoney.com, follow the instructions for contacting that state’s unclaimed property office.

Search federal databases

The U.S. Department of the Treasury has a Financial Management Service website that provides information about unclaimed federal assets.


Tips for searching

For specific advice, see the search tips on the missingmoney.com website. Generally—

  • You can search for an individual, family member or business. An individual search is
            based upon your last name (current or prior name) and your full or partial first name.
            A family search only requires a last name. The business search requires entering your
            business name.
  • You can search for anyone, but you may only file a claim for property that belongs to 
           you or for which you are the legal heir. If you are a business owner, you may also file 
           on behalf of your business.
  • If you have a common name, you can narrow down your search results by specifying
           the city and/or state where you have lived.
  • You can search for deceased family members, but only the rightful heir can claim the






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