I saw this on GMA and found this site very easy to use, just choose the state you lived in, enter your full name and they will cross reference everything for you. You can find money owed from past employers, gift certificates never used, escrow money never claimed, inheritances money, shares of stocks you forgot about. Like me I found shares of INtel stock I completely forgot about. It could even be money the state owes you and just could not find you or posibly a rebate from a cell phone company. Its worth looking into , some people have found hundreds even tens of thousands of dollars for them self's and family members alike. If your skeptical watch the Sept 24 2012 issue of
ABC GOOD MORNING AMERICA HERE. http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/MellodyHobson/unclaimed-money-back/story?id=3644288#.UGhit03A-8w
How can you find out if you have unclaimed property?
Go online. The easiest way to search for property is go to the NAUPA Web site www.unclaimed.org. NAUPA is a nonprofit organization affiliated with the National Association of State Treasurers, and is the source for information on unclaimed property. NAUPA's site links to individual state Web sites, which allow you to search for your property.
Have you ever wondered if you or a family member may have money owed to them from the states they live in? According to the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators, nearly $33 billion in unclaimed money — including payroll checks, utility refunds and trust distributions — "is currently being safeguarded by state treasurers and other agencies for 117 million accounts." NAUPA asserts that in 2006, $1.754 billion was returned to the rightful owners. The website missingmoney.com is a tool that enables you to check a database for evidence that some of that unclaimed money is yours.
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF
UNCLAIMED PROPERTY ADMINISTRATORS
NAUPA Standardized Unclaimed Property Reporting
Private Placement Programs, Do they Really Exist?Submitted by Before we get to the answer, let’s define the term “private placement program”. Though there are a number of different types of investments that are referred to as “private placement”, such as pre-IPO funding, managed Forex, equity investing, or organized investment pools, we are referring to the process of trading discounted bank instruments (MTN’s,BG’s) to generate high profits. This is a niche that has flooded with potential clients lately, but the question is, are any of these clients ever successful?
This is a question we get every day from people who are new to the private placement business. Most of the people we speak to are just beginning to do their research, and want to make sure they are not wasting their time with something that’s “too good to be true”.
When you go to government fraud prevention sites, they say that private placement programs don’t exist, but when you read forums and speak to the brokers and traders, they say they do. Who is really disclosing the full truth? Well, let’s take a look at the incentives behind each of their claims.
The brokers are convinced private placement exists, but then again, they are the ones in line to get “huge commissions” on transactions.
The regulatory agencies swear private placement doesn’t exist, but then again, if they openly supported it, the equity and traditional investment markets would collapse, and fraud would rise in the private markets.
When you look at it, they both have strong motives for each of their positions, but there is only 1 truth…
The fact is, private placement programs are REAL and DO EXIST. The problem is, they are extremely tough to screen, and even harder to succeed with. Over the last 10 years the once unknown private placement business has spread all over the internet, which has lead to a flood of inexperienced brokers into the market. When you combine the recent increase in participation, with private nature of these programs, it can be a recipe for disaster if you are not properly informed.
We are not writing this article to state an opinion, but rather to state fact. We have closed a private placement transaction, and we can confirm they do exist. The only thing to remember is this, it took us over 7 years, and thousands of contacts to find one program that performed. We literally contacted over 20,000 people who were in the business, and now we work with less than 10. In short, think of this as a search to find a needle in 100 haystacks, not as a path to immediate wealth.
For more information, please read our other articles to learn more of our inside tips and experience withPrivate Placement Programs, Bank Instruments, and all of the other Alternative Investment Markets
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Recently one of my business associates came up with the following idea and I thought it was such a brilliant Idea I decided to post a blog about it. Allow me to propose that project commission fees no longer be assumed equal splits among everyone involved in a transaction… We have three categories of participants involved in many deals
1) Producers… 2) Introducers... 3) Associates…
The structure could be applied to Intermediaries, Facilitators and Mandates Groups to confirm the involvement and each party brings to the transaction.
Defined as follows:
• Producers are individuals that actually plan, organize, structure, negotiate, and facilitate the transaction process through closure… These are the actual workers that get the majority of the commission…
• Introducers are individuals that can bring in an enabling party… A person that can assert influence over transaction principals to expedite the process… If the enabling party needs to bring others to assist them then they must share the commission allocation with those individuals…
• Associates are individuals that knows someone who knows someone and here is his/her phone number…
As I see it right now all of these people have their hands out for a full share… Producers do 95% of the work and put in 95% of the time and effort… Introducers contribute 3% to 4% of the work, and Associates however long it takes to make a phone call to introduce someone…
It is intellectually insulting that the second two categories believe they should get as much as the first category… No more “I gave you a phone number… Where are my millions?”... Let’s introduce some reality into this anarchy…
My suggestion based on the total commission…
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One of GRB Business Partners, best selling author Thomas P.M. Barnett talks about the commodities market on KITCO News. Gas , Coal and Oil to China
American military geostrategist and Wikistrat Chief Analyst Thomas P.M. Barnett
spoke w/ Kitco News from the 2012 Denver Gold Forum following his keynote
presentation, which focused on his view that globalization is in fact not slowing
down, and therefore the commodities "supercycle" is still intact, a misconception
he believes is commonly held in today's seemingly pessimistic marketplace.
Barnett discusses the larger trends of urbanization and macroeconomics that
have already been set into motion around the globe, and tells us what he believes
this means for gold. Kitco News, Sept. 17, 2012.