If you think you have unclaimed money owed to you from ICBC, check our unclaimed funds database.
In accordance with the
Unclaimed Property Act, ICBC maintains a database for funds that:
have been returned to ICBC undelivered
have remained un-cashed for a specified period of time
are greater than or equal to $50.00
were issued July 1, 2000, or later
ICBC must verify your identity before releasing your unclaimed funds to you. To submit a request for unclaimed funds, you must provide your full name and driver's licence number.
It may help the verification process if you can provide other identifying information, such as your address (current or previous), licence plate number, personal health number, birth certificate or citizenship card.
Note: ICBC cannot confirm the identity of search results in the database by phone or email. You must submit a request for any results that match your search.
To submit a request for unclaimed funds, you must print and mail your completed request form to
ICBC – Unclaimed Funds
151 West Esplanade, Room 125B
North Vancouver, BC V7M3H9
It will take at least 4 weeks for ICBC to verify and process a request for unclaimed funds.
Claiming funds on behalf of another person
You can file a request on behalf of another person if you have the legal authority to do so (e.g. as a legal representative or heir to an estate). You will need to provide additional information like documentation to verify the identity of the person you are requesting funds for and Power of Attorney or Last Will and Testament.
Claiming funds on behalf of a company or organization
You can file a request on behalf of a company if you are a legal representative. You will need to provide additional information, such as the incorporation number and legal documentation certifying you as the organizations representative.
Disputing a request denial
If your request was denied and you do not agree with the denial, you can file an appeal to the
Fair Practices Review Department.