The Huron County Reflector is set to announce nearly 700 unclaimed funds accounts in an upcoming issue. That’s almost $250,000 in Ohio unclaimed funds and the rightful owners of those sums have yet to come forward. That was why the decision was made to publish the unclaimed funds in Ohio’s Reflector. They are hoping that by getting the word out it will urge Ohio residents to come forward and check and see if any of these unclaimed funds belong to them or anyone they might know.
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Over the past 14 years players of the Wisconsin lottery has racked up $47,472,551 in lotto and jackpot winnings. In 2011 there was a staggering $2.6 million that went unclaimed.
“People may not realize they have won because they are so focused on the jackpot,” said lottery spokesman Andrew Bohage.
Wisconsin lottery players have 180 days to claim winnings. After that time the money and prizes are sent to the lottery’s property tax relief fund. Players are urged to quickly claim winnings and review all lottery tickets purchased.
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Unclaimed money has been an issue that has no end in sight. The amounts of unclaimed money keeps piling up and few are coming forward to claim it.
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Louisiana has decided to publish the names of all the unclaimed money owners in this week’s newspapers. This publication will start Tuesday, Nov. 29th and run through Friday, Dec 2.
Currently, Louisiana is holding $500 MILLION of unclaimed money! Even if you don’t live in Louisiana, you might have unclaimed money in the state due to banks, or places of employment who are incorporated or located out of Louisiana.
The United States accumulated unclaimed money is in the BILLIONS! 8 out of 9 Americans HAVE unclaimed money, just waiting for them!!
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How much lost money does Goldman Sachs have? The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. is leading global investment banking, securities and investment management firm with its headquarters in New York and offices in London, Frankfurt, Tokyo, Hong Kong and other major financial centers around the world. The firm provides a wide range of financial services to various corporations, financial institutions, governments and high-net-worth individuals.
Goldman Sachs hogged limelight last year for all wrong reasons. On April 16, 2010, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) was prepared to sue the firm and one of its employees, Fabrice Tourre. It incurred a loss of more than $90 million owing to this unprecedented incident that shook the financial markets and Americans’ faith in the firm.
US treasury faces bonds lawsuit
The US treasury issued the ‘war’ bonds – which have a 40-year maturity period – until 1980
The US federal government is facing a lawsuit over $16bn in unclaimed bonds going back as far as World War II, with six states arguing that the US treasury department should pay them out.
Thousands of families bought at least one bond from the federal government during the US campaign against the Axis powers between 1941 and 1945, in order to support the war effort.
Many of those bonds, which were sold after a public campaign saying the money would aid the war effort, were never cashed – due, in part, to them having a 40-year maturity period.