Unclaimed Money

Assalamualaikum semua...

Korang nak duit percuma? Korang nak merasa macam mana rasanya terpijak duit?

Korang boleh try pegi kat website nih - http://www.umaca.com.my/

Mana la tau, kot-kot ada ke duit yang korang tak claim terselit kat mane2. Hehe

Sedikit penerangan tentang website nih:

The Online Index to Unclaimed Moneys in Malaysia
In 1965, Malaysia became a world leader with the introduction of the Unclaimed Moneys Act.

Today, there are similar Acts in New Zealand, the United States, the United Kingdom and elsewhere.

The Act requires businesses, banks and other entities to check their accounts at the end of each year to identify any dormant accounts or other "unclaimed moneys" (as defined by the Act).

In due course, these funds are passed to the Accountant General's Department (Registrar of Unclaimed Moneys) at Menara Maybank in Kuala Lumpur.

The government then safeguards the money, until such time as the rightful owner comes forward to claim. After a specific period of time, surplus funds in the government's Federal Consolidated Fund are used for the benefit of the Malaysian public.

A list of all the items of unclaimed moneys is published in a special edition of the Government Gazette, so that Malaysian citizens (and companies) can check whether the Registrar is holding any money for them. But until now, no copy of those lists has been available online.

www.umaca.my is a Malaysian website, developed in association with Interum Limited of Europe.

As from December 2010, Malaysians will be able to start checking online to see if they, or their family or business(es), have funds to be reclaimed from the Accountant General.

This is a private initiative, complementing the existing work of the Registrar of Unclaimed Moneys.

General public access to the online index is free. Additional premium services, for which charges are made, are available to professional subscribers to UMACA.

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