Unclaimed money search
Search for your lost money
There is around $1 billion in lost shares, bank
accounts and life insurance.
About the unclaimed money search
Data: Data shown on this search is the result
of lodgements from various banks, building societies, credit union,
life companies, friendly societies and registered Australian
companies. ASIC does not guarantee the quality or consistency of
the input data as this information was supplied by the various
The Original Transaction Number
(OTN): Each unclaimed money record within this
database is given a unique OTN. Once you find a relevant record (by
searching your name) - record the OTN as you will need it when
making a claim. The OTN will also help you relocate that
record in future and will assist ASIC if we need to discuss your
Life policies: Records relating to life
insurance policies vary slightly to that of banks and companies as
there can be an owner and a life insured name. When you undertake a
name search, both of these names are searched. For example, if you
search for 'Robert Smith', any life policy which has Robert Smith
as either the owner of the policy or the life insured, will be
Legal or professional advice: This service is
provided solely for general information purposes. By providing this
service ASIC does not provide legal or other professional advice.
ASIC expressly disclaims any liability arising from use of the
unclaimed money service. If you require legal or other expert
advice or assistance, you should seek the services of a
competent professional person.
Created by the Australian
Securities and Investments Commission. Copyright © 2012
Australian Securities and Investments Commission.
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calculator can help you.
- Switch your mortgage - See how much
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As mentioned above, consider the following points when
conducting a search:
- Try your surname only; surname & first name (in any order);
surname & initial (in any order)
- Try searching for both 'O'Sullivan' &
'Osullivan'; 'McDonald' & 'Mc Donald', 'Van Der
Drift' & 'Vanderdrift'
- Searching the name 'Robert Smith' will return 'Robert James
Smith'; 'Robert and Mary Smith'; 'Smith Robert'
Last updated: 12 Mar 2014
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