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Q: I received a phone call or a letter or email about my claim. Is this real?
A: Are you thinking this is to good to be true? One way to determine if the company or person you're dealing with is unethical is if they ask you for any money upfront. We will never ask you for any upfront money and will advance any out of pocket expenses in establishing your right to the claim. Cavalier Protection Services will even retain an attorney at no cost to you when necessary. Our goal is to stop the government from keeping the money they have no right to.
Q: What is it from?
A: We specialize in difficult to find claims. There are many types of unclaimed assets that have a myriad of different sources including but not limited to bank accounts, safe deposit bank contents, mutual funds, stocks, bonds, dividends, uncashed checks, inheritance or estate matters, wages, insurance policies, CD's, trust funds, utility deposits, escrow accounts, and corporate resolution monies just a few. However we specialize in government account audits. Please call us and one of our representatives would be more than happy to explain the exact nature of your specific audit claim.
Q: Why wasn't I notified?
A: There is a conflict of interest in many jurisdictions in which the agency charged with notifying potential claimants of their money stand, to keep the money if the claimants remain unable to file timely and especially if they remain unaware of the claims existence at all. For this reason, great lengths are usually not taken to find people to notify them of their money. The counties or states want the funds to default to them.
Q: When does the statute of limitations expire?
A: This depends on where the money is being held and how much time has already elapsed. Cavalier Protection Services will try to locate the claimant as soon as possible upon completion of an audit review. This is why we do our best to make contact immediately by calling, sending letters or emails as needed. Claimants can lose their refund if not filed correctly or timely. In many instances the agencies holding the assets have many requirements that need to be met before the money is released. Do not worry that is part of our service to you. We take care of all the paperwork for you. But you must act now. Once the claim file deadline passes your money is forfeited to the state. End of story no exceptions. So contact us today!
Q: Why do I need Cavalier Protection Services to help me?
A: It is always wise to partner with experts to save time, money, and headaches that come from lack of experience. The governmental agencies holding the assets oftentimes have claim filing protocols and formatting of request that are purposely difficult to work with causing delays and often costing the relinquishment of your money. After all, they stand to keep the money if you do not follow their rules and meet their deadlines. For this reason, having the experts to manage the situation is no different then using an attorney, doctor or mechanic etc.
Q: How much does it cost to collect?
A: It depends on the complexity of the case. However all claim associated filing fees, costs, and court expenses are included in your agreed upon Cavalier Protection Services contingency fee agreement. We never will ask for any money upfront. We do all the work for you and only get paid once the funds are recovered and successfully collected.
Q: How long does it take to collect?
A: There are a number of factors that determine collection time. The complexity of the claim, the laws governing when the money can be released, and how long the claim has been outstanding can all affect processing time. It can be as short as a few weeks or as long as one year or more. Your claims manager will continually update you with the status of your claim as information becomes available. In general, average check processing time within 90 business days.
😷Note there may be some unknown pandemic impacts to the processing but we do our best to get your money as soon as possible.
Q: Is an attorney required?
A:In some jurisdictions, attorneys are used almost exclusively because a formal motion to the district court is required to pursue the claim. The attorney can also request a Judge's order to release the money. In other areas, the format and requirements to file a claim are easier and an attorney is not needed. The complexity of the claim could also dictate the need for an attorney. In the event that an attorney is retained, Cavalier Protection Services will advance all the expenses and it will not be taken out of your percentage of the claim.
Q: What's next?
A:If you have received an email, letter or an initial call please contact us ASAP. This means there is an account transaction overage (a refund) with your name on it.
If you are awaiting claim paperwork appointment, use the time to study our website or contact others who may be impacted by this refund. Also do not hesitate to contact your claims manager with any questions at;
Upon receiving the initial paperwork, review it and if you are ready to move forward with your claim, complete and send back promptly. If required we will pay for a mobile notary to come to you at no charge to you. Once a contingency agreement has been reached. Cavalier Protection Services LLC will complete the claims process from there.
So, there you have it. Nothing to lose. No upfront costs. Lets partner today and get your money back! A simple phone call can start the process Now.