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    • Ader1
    • By Ader1 14th Sep 17, 1:26 PM
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    Finding a lost account
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    Finding a lost account 14th Sep 17 at 1:26 PM
    In the late 80's I opened an account with one of the insurance companies whereby you contribute a set amount every months and in 10 years you get your money back and the returns on that investment. I had to stop because I basically lost my job. I just haven't bothered with it since. Would I be able to claim this money now? It would have amounted to a few hundred pounds at least at the time. I'm not entirely sure of the fund name but I can remember the name of the lady who sold me the policy. Thanks.
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    Possible solutions

    http://www.ageuk.org.uk/money-matters/money-management/tracing-lost-money/trace-lost-savings-pensions-assets/
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    Thank you.
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