About Us

Where do these funds come from?

There are many ways citizens lose track of their funds. The most common is moving. Americans move with regularity. When you place a Change of Address with the US Post Office it is good for 12 months. Many of the assets people lose track of are held, according to government laws, for up to 5 years before being deemed lost or abandoned. Corporate America is required to make an attempt to locate you but generally will send correspondence to your last known address, which could be years old. Common types of unclaimed funds include:

  • Security Deposits
  • Utility Deposits
  • Bank Accounts
  • Stocks and Dividend Checks
  • Funds Owed to a Decedent’s Beneficiaries
  • Final Paychecks from Previous Employers

About Our Members

PCRA members are highly skilled professionals who understand the complexities of locating and recovering funds.

  • All PCRA members are governmentally licensed and regulated
  • PCRA members include attorneys, CPA’s and private investigators
  • Collectively PCRA members have represented well over a million clients and returned billions of dollars
  • No “upfront” payments. PCRA members get paid when we successfully recover your funds
  • PCRA members provide the upfront expenses for services from genealogists, attorneys, private investigators and other professionals as necessary to prove your claim
  • PCRA members are experts at locating missing assets, locating owners and interacting with governmental and corporate entities holding funds
  • PCRA advocates for the owner’s rights to recover funds