$764K in unclaimed funds: Does San Diego owe you money?

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SAN DIEGO – The city of San Diego is holding around $764,000 in unclaimed funds and invited the public Wednesday to check online to see if any of the cash belongs to them.

Checks, which are regularly returned based on incorrect address information, range from $1 to $34,000, officials said.

“We want to refund every single dollar of unclaimed money,” City Comptroller manager Cecilia San Pedro said. “Checking to see if you are owed money is something everyone should do periodically, and it only takes a few minutes to look up your name or the name of your business.”

Click here to see if you are due a refund.

There is no charge to search the data or to file a claim. For more information, call 619-533-4587 or email rvasquez@sandiego.gov.