Great Colorado Payback goes online |

Great Colorado Payback goes online

In collaboration with the state Treasurer’s office,, the state’s official Web site, has officially kicked off the Great Colorado Payback Online Claim Service. For the first time, owners of unclaimed property can search for lost or forgotten property held in the state’s coffers for safekeeping, and then file their claim online without having to call or write the office.The new service will shave about two weeks off the old paper-based claims process.The Great Colorado Payback, the state’s unclaimed program, holds lost or forgotten bank accounts, insurance refunds, stocks, bonds, and even safe-deposit boxes in trust until claimed by the rightful owner or heir. Treasurer Mike Coffman is holding $300 million in lost assets belonging to nearly 1 million owners. The application is available on the state’s Web site at

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