Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)


Why can’t I find this money on my own?

Recovery Asset Network locates per-escheated government issued checks for our clients. Per-escheated means that these checks cannot be found using state’s unclaimed webpage searches or

This sounds like a scam to me. How do I know you are a legitimate company?

Since 2010 Recovery Asset Network has had an A+ rating with the BBB. We will provide you with references that we encourage you to contact to verify our legitimacy.

Can you tell me who originally issued the check(s)?

Recovery Asset Network receives lists of uncashed checks from various counties, cities and states from around the county. This information is proprietary and we will tell you which government agency issued the check(s) once we have received your signed agreement.

If I do not get the money back, do I still have to pay you?

NO! Recovery Asset Network only receives our fee if we successfully get the check(s) back for you. If the check has already been reissued or cashed, you DO NOT owe us anything.

Does signing the agreement mean that Recovery Asset Network can recover any money for my company?

NO! The Recovery Services Agreement only applies to the amount stated in the agreement. If we find other uncashed check(s) for your company, we will contact you and send you a new agreement for you to sign.

I have signed your agreement, what do I have to do?

Within 48 hours of Recovery Asset Network receiving your signed agreement, you will be emailed the completed claim forms that are needed to file the claim with the government agency. You will need to sign and date these forms and in some instances the forms will have to be notarized. Once the forms are completed you will need to mail the originals to Recovery Asset Network.

What personal information do I need to give you?

We will require that you give us your company’s tax id number. This number is used by the government agency to confirm that the check(s) belong to your company. There are some instances when the government agency will require more information such as a business card, a proof of address in the form of a utility bill or phone bill or a copy of your driver’s license. If this information is required, Recovery Asset Network encourages you to redact all of your personal information.

How long does it take for the check to be reissued?

The average time for a check to be reissued is 90 days. There are times when the check will be reissued before 90 days or later than 90 days. Recovery Asset Network will keep you up dated periodically on the status of your claim.

Do you cash the reissued check(s) and then send me a check minus Recovery Asset Network’s fees?

NO! The reissued check will be made payable to your company. Once Recovery Asset Network receives the reissued check(s) we will send it to you along with our invoice.