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    Unemployment checks won't stop

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    Unemployment checks won't stop

    Since covid 19 pandemic a lot of us have applied for unemployment and some of us have started getting the checks...

    the problem is a lot of us have started working and can't get the checks to stop...
    (the option is missing from the appropriate website, the option is on the appropriate website... you check it and it does not change anything and
    you tried talking to the unemployment hotline with no resolution )

    you got a couple of options...

    1. wait for your state to assess how much they have over-payed you plus penalties for their oversight and send you a request to repay or possibly a warrant for your arrest... hey its america... anything is possible...

    2. if you are getting physical checks... write void on them and return them to the mailing address... taking the appropriate picture for your records and make copies...

    3. if you have found out after you have spent the money or if you are getting direct deposits...
    you can call your states unemployment hotline and ask for their repayment site... and bite the bullet and pay by credit card or by check... (and keep copies of all receipts)
    that website link for florida is

    Overpayment - FloridaJobs.org

    NOTE: if you overpay the repayment on the overpayment... its nonrefundable... only in america... lol

    UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS INFORMATION BY STATE
    Last edited by n25an; 3 Weeks Ago at 07:08 PM.
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    Unemployment checks won't stop


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    Re: Unemployment checks won't stop

    In Illinois youhave a account on the unemployment website and each pay period you have to certify for payment of that period. If you dont certify it stops.

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    Re: Unemployment checks won't stop

    Thanks for caring enough to mention this..Most will keep both and not say a word. My kids won't go back to work as long as they keep getting UI that is more than they made to begin with..I tried to raise them better than that, but today's world is all about ME 1st..E

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    Re: Unemployment checks won't stop

    Quote Originally Posted by emujo2 View Post
    Thanks for caring enough to mention this..Most will keep both and not say a word. My kids won't go back to work as long as they keep getting UI that is more than they made to begin with..I tried to raise them better than that, but today's world is all about ME 1st..E
    Fuc...g sad but true Ed! Thanks for you honesty.
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    Re: Unemployment checks won't stop

    Quote Originally Posted by Hansen88 View Post
    In Illinois youhave a account on the unemployment website and each pay period you have to certify for payment of that period. If you dont certify it stops.
    Same in Michigan, except you certify bi-weekly. They ask you specifically if you are claiming a given week, if you have started work again, etc. If you say that you have started working, they ask you about hours, or amount of income, or something like that. If you are making less than before up to a certain amount, your payment is offset based on that amount, or if you are back to work as before, they stop completely. Just like your state, if you fail to certify at all, you get nothing.
    Last edited by femaster; 3 Weeks Ago at 12:28 AM.
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