Has anyone ever heard of National Center for Unclaimed Funds? I got a letter from them stating I had 30 days to respond to them that they were holding funds due to me. It sounded really fishy. I've googled and looked them up on ripoff but I can't really seem to find anything.
Before I call them I wanted to see if anyone else had gotten anything from them. All I know is there based out of California. There is only a PO Box listed on the envelope. No physical address.
I'm not expecting money from anything. I just thought it was odd that I would receive something like this.
Any info would be greatly appreciated.
btw....I wasn't sure which forum to post this under.
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