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What do they have in common?

Take a good look, some famous people and an airport?

What do Aretha Franklin, Marshall Mathers (Eminem), former Michigan governor John Engler, California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and his wife Maria Shriver and Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport have in common? All are listed on different databases that say they are the owners of unclaimed property.

Most of the money comes from forgotten bank accounts, stocks, mutual funds, bonds and dividends although there are other sources for unclaimed property.

It is a good idea to check from time to time, even if you aren’t famous, to see if you have a treasure of cash being held. CashUnclaimed.com is the largest unclaimed money database, including all state and federal databases. CashUnclaimed.com was founded to assist owners in easily locating and claiming lost funds. This site offers a free money search as well as information on unclaimed money.

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