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the bank book is not for td bank it is for the milford coop bank. i was wondering if i bring the book in if you can tell me if the account is still valid or if the money is gone. thank you marcia
June 3, 2015 06:51:23 PM
In reply to marcia, henniker
Thank you for joining us today, Marcia. We're sorry to hear about your loss and we'd be glad to assist.
Our records show that Milford Co-Operative Bank was acquired by CFX Bank in 1996 which was later acquired by Bank of New Hampshire in 1998. As you may already know, these institutions have since become TD Bank.
As you've mentioned that your father's documentation references, Milford Co-Operative Bank, we recommend contacting the State in regards to escheated accounts. After an account is inactive for a certain amount of time, typically a year, the account status is listed as dormant. If left dormant for too long, typically three to five years, the account will be escheated (turned over to the State). Additionally, you're looking for a list of possible unclaimed accounts, please check out: http://1.usa.gov/1qtMcdv for more details.
We hope this helps, Marcia and have a good day.
Megan K, Mount Laurel
June 3, 2015 06:52:09 PM