Step 4: Submit Your Report and Remit Funds Due

Submit Report

Electronic Reporting

If you have created a NAUPA file visit Upload a Report, provide the requested data, and add your file. You will receive a Report Summary which confirms that your report was successfully submitted.

NOTE: If you have submitted your NAUPA via ETM, do not upload your file on North Carolina’s website. ETM files are electronically submitted to North Carolina if not in HDE format. HDE files are no longer accepted by North Carolina and must be converted prior to submission

Manual Reporting

Reporting forms are no longer required. For holders that have not created an electronic file, visit North Carolina’s Manual Online Reporting Tool to enter the required holder and owner information. See Manual Online Reporting Instructions for step by step instructions to create and submit your report.

Remit Funds Due

Holders may remit a payment via ACH, Wire, or Check.

If remitting a check, the check should be made payable to "North Carolina Department of State Treasurer." The Report Summary and check should be mailed together to:

NC Department of State Treasurer

Unclaimed Property Division

3200 Atlantic Avenue

Raleigh, NC 27604-1668

If you have submitted a report via Upload a Report or Manual Online Reporting Tool , ACH payments only may be accepted directly via the Holder Payment portal. * Company ID/Filter: A561545517. It is not necessary to email or mail the ACH confirmation or Report Summary when sending funds via our portal.

All other EFT instructions can be located in our Reporting Library. When remitting via ACH or Wire and not using our holder payment portal it is necessary to email a confirmation of report submission and EFT transfer to upreports@nctreasurer.com with the subject: Holder Report Filing.

Record Retention

Owner names, addresses, social security or tax identification numbers, dates of birth, driver license numbers, and e-mail addresses of the owners must be included on the submitted report, if known by the holder. N.C.G.S. § 116B-73(a) requires that you maintain all records containing information required to be included in the report for 10 years after you file the report for all records prior to July 16, 2012. For reports filed after July 16, 2012, the holder must retain the supporting documentation for 5 years after filing the report.