Press Releases
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CHARLESTON – State Treasurer John Perdue’s unclaimed property division returned $1 million to rightful owners in the month of July, after reporting $9 million in returned funds during the entire fisca...
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CHARLESTON – State Treasurer John Perdue’s unclaimed property division returned $1 million to rightful owners in the month of July, after reporting $9 million in returned funds during the entire fisca...
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State Treasurer John Perdue presented an unclaimed property check of nearly $4,000 to the Bancroft Volunteer Fire Department July 27, an unexpected boost one firefighter called “winning the lottery.” ...
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CHARLESTON – State Treasurer John Perdue’s office processed nearly $3 million for local government entities in fiscal year 2015. Hurricane residents were especially enthusiastic about the program, tra...
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CHARLESTON – West Virginia University and the West Virginia Municipal Bond Commission were the top two fiscal 2015 users of State Treasurer John Perdue’s e-Government system, which processed $446 mill...
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CHARLESTON – State Treasurer John Perdue’s office returned just more than $9 million in unclaimed property for fiscal year 2015, a $2 million increase from the previous year’s totals.Treasurer Perdue ...
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CHARLESTON – As the Fourth of July holiday approaches, people around the country will celebrate our Nation’s independence. But for some West Virginians, there may be another reason to celebrate. In ho...
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Treasurer Perdue chats with the board of the Putnam-Gilmer-Lewis United Way after presenting a $78,000 unclaimed property check.WESTON – State Treasurer John Perdue presented the United Way of Gilmer-...
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CHARLESTON – A West Virginia resident successfully bid $750 for a rare coin, while two other state residents drove up the bidding process during State Treasurer John Perdue’s latest online unclaimed p...
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CHARLESTON – West Virginia Retirement Plus, the state’s officially sanctioned supplemental retirement plan, has passed 16,000 public employees, with total assets of more than $187 million.  Recent ent...
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