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Sacramento Imposes Deadline to Claim Unclaimed Money

The city of Sacramento has nearly $2 million in unclaimed money owed to residents and businesses. However, the city has recently imposed a deadline of June 25th for organizations to claim their unclaimed money.

Sacramento has recently publicized the list of unclaimed money owners through legal notices, email alerts and social networking sites, however no one from the list is being contacted directly. Some organizations on the list:
SPCA is owed $350
Sacramento Renaissance Tower is owed nearly $8,000
Sacramento Sheriff’s Department is owed over $500
Sacramento County Recorder is owed more than $1,000

If the money is not claimed by June 25, the money will go into the city’s budget for basic services.

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