Asset Recovery Services

Many Australians have unknown estates or investments and sometimes keeping track of these investments becomes difficult funds things can get lost.
We specialise in locating un-presented and outstanding payments for our clients. We work to locate these lost payments and seek to return them to the correct owner.

Have you received a Letter from us?
We send letters to locate the rightful owners of un-presented payments. We may have sent you a letter if we believe that you have some money or other assets owing to you.
What is owed to me and where has it come from?
The payments can range from un-presented cheques to Insurance Rebates, Deceased Estates and Company Acquisitions.
Start your Claim
Begin the claim process by entering the reference number from your letter and your surname below:



Frequently Asked Questions

Is this real? Why do you have money for me?

We get this question a lot. Let us reassure you that Yes, this is real, we are a real business and you may be owed real money. If you have received a letter from us and you are the person addressed and you have a connection to the included address then you are entitled to claim this money.

What is this money owed to me and where has it come from?

The payment can range from un-presented cheques to Insurance Rebates, Deceased Estates and Company Acquisitions. Privacy principals prevent us from disclosing the ACTUAL source or origin of the entitlement until such time that we can confirm that you are the owner of the money.

How did you locate me at my new address?

Our experienced Skip Tracers use publicly available databases and utilise mirroring cross-referencing tools to locate individuals and corporations although publicly available, most of the databases we use require subscriptions annually or monthly. No information is obtained prohibited by the privacy laws.

Could this money be from a Deceased loved one?

Absolutely. Each year we return money from Deceased Estates to relatives and friends that were not even aware it existed.

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