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I have a money order purchased in New York. However I am presently in Michigan.
Which states 'escheat' laws for abandoned property apply?
I would hope that would be New York!
Also, this link - http://1.usa.gov/1r2hnzo did not seem to provide
accurate information, at least not easily found. Instructions?
Thanks for your response!
Paul, St. Clair Shores Michigan
August 16, 2015 03:32:30 PM
In reply to Paul, St. Clair Shores Michigan
Hi there Paul,
Great question! Thanks for submitting this to us today and we hope you're doing well in Michigan.
If you have a TD Bank money order that was purchased with us here in New York, the item would be considered abandoned property following New York's escheat laws. New York allows for three years before money orders would become abandoned property.
If you have any other questions for us about a TD Bank money order, you can reach us 24/7 at 888-751-9000.
Hoping this answers your question, Paul!
Thanks again for getting in touch with us and have a great Sunday afternoon.
Kristen P, Mount Laurel
August 16, 2015 03:33:28 PM