Unclaimed assets and dormant accounts in the United Kingdom - Great Britain, Scotland & Wales

UK Unclaimed Assets and Forgotten Funds

Unclaimed Assets Search: National Savings and Investments Tracing Service

NS&I unclaimed assets: Savings Bonds, Capital Bonds, Pensioner's Bonds & savings Certificates

find lost money and unclaimed assets

£1.8bn in lost investments that can be searched by National Savings and Investments include: British Savings Bonds • Capital Bonds • Children’s Bonus Bonds • Deposit Bonds • FIRST Option Bonds • Fixed Rate • Savings Bonds • Income Bonds • Investment Accounts • ISA or Direct ISA • Ordinary Account • Pensioner’s Bonds • Premium Bonds • Save As You Earn • Savings Certificates • Yearly Plans; in addition to old Post Office savings accounts and savings certificates.

In the event correspondence from NS and I is returned undelivered, for security reasons no further correspondence is sent. Investments remain registered in the owner's name, and there is no time limit on claims, which are paid with interest.

If you have Premium Bonds and have changed address without notifying National Savings and Investments, they will update their records and check for any outstanding prizes due you at that time. There is no time limit for claiming prizes, except in the case of owners that are deceased. Any Premium Bonds held by a deceased investor remain in the prize draws for up to 12 months after the date of death. After that, they are no longer eligible.

National Savings Stamps and Gift Tokens are repaid at face value. NS&I doesn't have individual customer records for these, so they aren’t covered by the tracing service. To redeem send them to:

Tracing Service
National Savings and Investments
Blackpool FY3 9YP

Note: NS&I used to administer Government Stock (Gilts) on the National Savings Stock Register. Now all Government Stock is handled by Computershare Investor Services. Go to: Unclaimed Government Stock & Gilts

 

 



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