S.C. Treasurer Curtis Loftis Reveals His Latest List of “Spooky Names” With Unclaimed Property

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Channeling his inner Halloween spirit, State Treasurer Curtis Loftis has scared up a list of South Carolinians with “spooky names” that are owed unclaimed money.

“No tricks, just treats this Halloween from the State Treasurer’s Office,” said Treasurer Loftis. “It’s frighteningly easy to see if you or anyone you know is due unclaimed money. Simply visit our website at treasurer.sc.gov and click on Unclaimed Property to begin your search.”

Currently, the State Treasurer’s Office has more than $700 million in unclaimed property across the state. Millions of dollars are transferred to the program annually by companies that cannot locate the owners. Here are just a few South Carolina residents with unclaimed funds that made our annual “Spooky Names” list:

Norma J. Bates of Hilton Head Island

Michael Myers of Florence

Zombie Bobs Pizza of Mt. Pleasant

Mary Hannibal of Lamar

Edna D. Fear of Georgetown

Kiondra Witcher of Anderson

Monster Spider Jump of Spartanburg

Suzanne Bone of Charleston

Sharon M. Gore of West Columbia

Debra Graves of Fort Mill

Bloody Point Country Club of Daufuskie Island

Debbie Die of Central

Examples of the types of property covered by the program include dormant bank accounts, uncashed checks, unclaimed insurance proceeds and forgotten utility deposits. The State Treasurer’s Office serves as custodian of unclaimed funds and holds them until claimed by the rightful owners.

Don’t see your name listed? Have no fear – you can still visit treasurer.sc.gov to see if we have a treat of unclaimed funds waiting for you.