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Due Diligence Letter

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Do I have to respond to the letter I received from UPRR?

Many states require due diligence notices to be sent to owners prior to accepting funds as unclaimed property. If you do not respond to the due diligence notice sent to you, the funds will be escheated in accordance with state law.

2. How long will it take before I received my property?

Please allow a minimum of 8 to 12 weeks to receive your property from UPRR or our client.

3. Is there a deadline and, if so, what is it?

Yes, there is a deadline. Please refer to paragraph 5 of the letter you received. Click here to view a sample of this letter.

4. Can I still receive my property after it has been sent to the state?

Once escheated, you may reclaim your property by contacting the state’s unclaimed property department.

5. What is the origin of this check?

These funds represent a payment or credit owed to you from the company named in the notice. We have no additional information regarding this payment. If you require further information regarding the specific nature of the payment, please contact the company named in the aforementioned notice.

7. Are there any fees associated with responding to this due diligence letter?

No, you will not be charged any fee if you respond to this due diligence letter.

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