frequently asked questions
If you received a letter from that includes a Limited Power of Attorney, it could be funds owed to you, your business, or a relative. In order for the CPA to represent you, the Government Disbursement Department requires you to sign and date our agreement (Limited Power of Attorney) and provide verfication of your identity. This requires a current Federally issued photo ID. For example, driver’s license, Military ID, or Passport. You may also have a notary verify your identity and send in the Notarized Statement that was included in our correspondance.
Individual Accounts – If you received an agreement in your name, please sign and date the Agreement and make a photocopy of your Federal Issued ID or include the completed Notarized Statement.
Business Accounts – If you received an agreement regarding your current or previously owned company, the contract must be signed by an officer listed on the most recent annual report. If your company is no longer in business, you must provide a current Federal ID or completed the Notarized Statement.
Estate Accounts – If you received a letter regarding an Estate or someone who is deceased, the funds in question maybe listed as an inheritance. Our process begins with you completing the Limited Power of Attorney. Once our office has recieved this form from you, we walk you through the recovery of an inheriting the funds.