1,298 People Owed Money By County Of Riverside; See If You Are


Hundreds of thousands of dollars are owed. Check the list below to see if the county owes you.

RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CA — The Riverside County Treasurer-Tax Collector’s office is seeking 1,298 people who may have unclaimed funds due to roll changes. Hundreds of thousands of dollars are owed, but potential claimants need to hurry because the statute of limitations is nearing.

“Our office is working diligently to contact the potential claimants, in hopes that they will recoup these funds that are due back to them,” said Treasurer-Tax Collector Matthew Jennings. “We will continue to exhaust all methods of communication to distribute these unclaimed funds to the rightful owner.”

The tax collector’s office says claimants have been contacted before, but due to unresponsiveness, they will have additional time to submit claims.

The list of eligible claimants is live — see it here. If you’re listed, your claim must be postmarked by August 1. After that deadline, unclaimed funds will be transferred to the county’s general fund.

According to the county, a roll change occurs in two forms: an escape assessment or a correction. Both forms of roll changes are regulated by Revenue and Taxation Codes. Once the roll change occurs, the Treasurer-Tax Collector is required to mail a form to the appropriate person entitled to the refund before the funds can be released. Claimants must have completed a form within four years from the date that the payment was made or within 1 year after the mailing of the letter, whichever is later, officials said.

For those who may have unclaimed funds that are near the statute of limitations, visit https://apps.countytreasurer.org/unclaimedrefund or call 951-955-3900 to learn more.


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