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Celebrities are Finding Unclaimed Money

As far as unclaimed money is concerned, unclaimed funds reports have indicated that celebrities are also the potential recipients of a large amount of funds. Based on one of the Inside Edition reports, the following celebrities have some unclaimed funds waiting to be claimed:George Clooney ($180 from Warner Brothers), Jennifer Aniston (a $100 Tiffany store credit), Goldie Hawn ($300) and comedian Dana Carvey ($800).

Some other celebrities who have some amount of unclaimed funds in their name, and which still is in the unclaimed status are Chelsea Clinton, “Bachelorette” Ali Fedotowsky, and Patriots coach Bill Belichick. Chelsea is owed $832.01 in dividends and liquidations from her shares in Cingular Wireless and AT&T and in addition there’s $12.50 from Comcast awaiting pick-up as well as a dividend check for $4.92 from Agere Systems. “The Bachelorette’s” Fedotowsky has $178.64 in an old savings account at Hoosac Bank in North Adams.

It’s not only the individuals who have unclaimed money in their name, but some of most well known organizations are also having unclaimed funds against their name. Boston Red Sox have about $18,461 in cashier’s checks from Bank of America. One unclaimed report mentions that pitcher Luis Tiant has got an unclaimed payment of $640.51 from Premier Insurance. Coach Belichick has a $300 check from General Electric he never collected for services rendered, and his former linebacker Ted Johnson has $9,320 from Bank of America-Texas waiting for him, as well as $335.62 in other credits and dividends.

The Memphis grizzlies guard, Tony Allen, has almost $120 for a refund check from Archstone-Smith, a realty trust that owns many Boston apartment buildings. $515 is owed to Seiji Ozawa, former Boston Symphony Orchestra baton and now the music director of Vienna State Opera – This money is owed to him from insurance companies Fireman’s Fund and Blue Cross-Blue Shield. He also has a $64.99 “vendor check” cut by National Public Radio, all unclaimed money.

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