Press Releases
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State Treasurer John Perdue’s Unclaimed Property Division has released county-by-county paid claims for fiscal 2016, showing Kanawha once again at the top with $2.5 million paid to its residents.Here ...
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State Treasurer John Perdue presented a $169,740 unclaimed property check Tuesday to Charleston resident Gary Cohen, during a ceremony at the Treasurer’s East Wing office.Cohen is a Charleston residen...
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BartonA veteran of State Treasurer John Perdue’s office says teamwork helped push his four-county territory past the $1 million mark in unclaimed assets returned for fiscal 2016.“It’s just great teamw...
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With long-term flood-recovery efforts underway and community needs evolving, Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin today encouraged West Virginians to visit www.WVFLOOD.com, West Virginia's primary source of informat...
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State Treasurer John Perdue is warning state residents not to be fooled by a scam in which someone reports to be from a national unclaimed property organization, soliciting fees in return for unclaime...
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After winning both court and legislative victories over life insurance companies who balked at turning over unclaimed funds, State Treasurer John Perdue’s office saw such firms surrender $3.7 million ...
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State Treasurer John Perdue presented the Harrison Rural Electrification Association a $61,308 unclaimed property check Wednesday at association headquarters on 600 Marketplace Ave.“Electricity, it go...
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The West Virginia Board of Treasury Investments has been awarded its 10th consecutive Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Government Finance Officers Association.Th...
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State Treasurer John Perdue returned more than $16,000 to Kanawha County commissioners Thursday, June 16, part of an ongoing effort that has seen the State Treasury return approximately $43,000 to the...
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With month to go, Treasurer’s Office outdoes 2016State Treasurer John Perdue’s unclaimed property division has already returned $12.2 million during fiscal 2016, easily surpassing fiscal 2015’s $9.1 m...
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