Unclaimed Money

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Please note that you are not required to pay, or be represented by, any third party in order to claim excess OR unclaimed funds.

Uncashed Refund Checks

Occasionally refund checks are returned to our office, or simply never cashed. These funds are held in a separate account for 5 years before being turned over to the state.

If you see your name on one of our lists, submit the form below. Be sure to take note of your Transaction # as found on the list by your name. This number is required to submit a form. 

If your case is verified, a stop payment will be issued on the original check, and a new check will be mailed to you. 

Property Unclaimed Funds
View Property Unclaimed Money List
Motor Vehicle Unclaimed Funds 
View Motor Vehicle Unclaimed Money List

Please Note:
  • You will only be contacted during this process if we require more information, or your ownership can not be confirmed.
  • The verification process can take up to 2 months to complete. 
  • Do not submit additional forms during this research phase.

Unclaimed Funds Request

Only submit this form If your name is shown on one of the above lists.


Other Types of Unclaimed Property

Delinquen Tax Sale Excess Delinquent Tax Sale - EXCESS FUNDS

The Glynn County Tax Commissioner periodically conducts tax sales to collect unpaid property taxes. At times, there are excess funds after paying taxes, costs, and all expenses of the tax sale. Glynn County holds these excess funds on behalf of the Tax Commissioner until the funds are distributed as required by law per O.C.G.A. § 48-4-5 (2021). 

Excess Funds Packet: Click Here to download for more information on excess funds, and how to submit your claim. 

Excess Funds List:  Click here to download list. This list is maintained by the Glynn County Finance Department.

For more information, contact the Glynn County Finance Department.

DOR Unclaimed funds Georgia Department of Revenue

People who have lived in Georgia may have property being protected by the state, including uncashed checks, security deposits, overpayments, and more. If the owner doesn’t take action for the property within a set amount of time, the holder of the property is required to turn it over to the state.

Unclaimed Property: Click here to find or claim property.