Online Services

Unclaimed Property Search

As the state’s largest lost and found,  the Auditor’s office has over $170 million in cash, jewelry, coins, stocks and other assets waiting to be claimed. Visit the Great Arkansas Treasure Hunt to begin your online search and find out if you have any unclaimed property waiting on you. Each year millions of dollars in unclaimed property are turned over to the Auditor's office by companies who cannot locate the rightful owners. If your name is on this list, you could have money waiting for you right now! To begin your search, select the link below.

Holder Reporting

The Holders Annual Report Online Filing System for Unclaimed Property is a service provided by the Auditor of State to holders of unclaimed property. All holders except life insurance companies are required by law to file their Annual Reports every year by October 31; insurance companies file by April 30. File reports online by uploading a NAUPA-formatted file or by using the step-by-step online filing application. To start your online filing, select the link below.

Unclaimed Property Finders

The Arkansas Auditor of State compiles a list of abandoned property once a month that can be downloaded for a $25 fee. This list will be updated the first of each month at midnight. You may also call 501-371-2125 or 501-371-2137 and make an appointment to view our paper list between the hours of 9-11am and 1:30-3:30pm Monday through Friday. For more information about our abandoned property list for finders, select the link below.

eBay Auction

For over 20 years unclaimed safe deposit boxes that have been abandoned and turned over have accumulated in the Auditor of State’s vault. As time goes on the prospect of the original owners or heirs coming forward to claim the property diminishes significantly. In order to free up more space and find new homes for the valuables and collectibles that are currently unused, the Auditor of State is launching an eBay auction program.

The original owners of the abandoned items sold through eBay will always be entitled to the proceeds of the sale, minus any applicable fees, upon submitting a valid claim to the Auditor of State. All of the abandoned assets that are turned over to the Auditor of State’s Unclaimed Property division always belong to the original owner(s) or their heirs. The state never gains ownership of these assets and the original owner may claim the proceeds at any time in the future.

Interested bidders may sign up to receive email auction alerts by visiting the Auditor’s eNews sign up page. Bidding is open to any registered user of eBay (a free service). However, the Auditor of State, his employees and their immediate families are not eligible to bid on auction items.

The Auditor of State as administrator of the unclaimed property program is authorized to conduct a sale of safe deposit box properties under A.C.A. 18-28-212.