Had a telephone interview for eligibility. The rep was really negative and it did not sound good. 3 days later I was paid for 3 weeks instead of the 4 weeks I filed for, assuming 1 week was waiting period. 3 days after being paid I received a denial letter saying claim was denied? Already received my next continued claim form. Any ideas what is going on?
So I filed for benefits on 3/4/14, a week later I received my debit card, continued claim form, and all the excess paperwork. I was told I was approved. I never received my payment, and 3 weeks later found out that I had a phone interview Bc my employer said I was “fired for misconduct” instead of being laid off. My phone interview was 4/10, and even the interviewer said I was laid off Bc the employer had ZERO records to back up their claim. I was told I would know in 48 hours what the decision was for my claim. It’s now been a week and I haven’t heard a thing. I also have not received any claim forms AT ALL except for the first two weeks. When I spoke to the interviewer she said she would “release all claim forms” and I’d see them in 24 hours on the website. I never saw a THING. And when I called to speak to her again she was soooo rude and said I am NOT allowed to call her, that I need to wait 10 days before I can even get an answer…I’m just so downhearted…has anyone been through anything similar? If so, were you approved and how long did it take to get your money? And did you get all of your backpay even though you filed claim forms late Bc they didn’t send them? Thank you to those who read and respond. I appreciate it.
I am on CTB. The lady who typically signs ny claim forms is on vacation this week. I received my forms on Saturday. We do not have a few days off of school until Thursday and Friday. Is it ok if someone other than the lady on vacation signs my continued claim form?? Can I have my WIA representative sign them (I have 3 because of delays)?
I am on CTB, so I have to have my continued claim form signed every 2 weeks. The lady who usually signs them for me is going on vacation this week and I will need my forms signed. Is it ok to have someone else from school sign them or will edd give me a hard time because the signatures don’t match?
Unfortunately this is the second time I’m on EDD. I was on it a year ago. I quit my job because of sexual harassment (with evidence and exit interview). Found a job before I quit, but it didn’t work out.And I’ve had shit for luck finding another job.
Does this sound right? I’m not sure if I’m gonna get benefits or not but it made me hopeful to fill out the continued claim form. *sad trombone*
I just received my continued claim form for CTB. It says I have 8$ left on my claim, and I am only able to certify for one week. Does this now mean that I have to apply for an extension and since the extensions are not approved yet I am screwed?
Does anyone know how to fill out the continued claim form when you are on CTB (California Training Benefits). I so not want a delay in payments because the claim form is incorrect.
So was terminated by my employer PepsiCo for attendance policies, was suspended for being out with the flu and returned to work after two days…a month later got a flu again and went to work only to leave early due to me not being able to work or lift any product which I contacted my manager who then said okay and sent me home…next day “Wednesday” I got a doctors note from Kaiser stating what I had and was given Tues-Thursday off, that same day my mgr called me and said since I went home early it puts me over my points therefore resulting in termination which I was not aware of. Came in Thursday worked against doctors orders and they terminated me after a 10 hr shift. filed for claim benefits and received the first claim with an letter stating how much I would receive per week, then march 5th had a phone interview explained my situation and faxed her the doctors note the next day..this past Wednesday received another continued claim form with no return date on it…So im confused, I will contact them Monday to see whats is going on but confused as in to regards of whether or not my claim was approved or not…sorry for the rant i’m just unsure as to what is going on, haven’t had to use unemployment for 6 years now and all the policies seems to have changed
Would appericiate any help/knowledge from anyone please and thank you
I always receive my continued claim form on Fridays this week I have not is there anyone that has experienced this situation before or no why its getting delayed
Hoping you guys can answer a quick question. I was receiving unemployment a couple years back, but once I started working I tossed out my debit card. Anyhow, I was recently laid off and filed a claim about four weeks ago. A week or so later I got the award letter and continued claim form. I did not get any phone interview notice. On Friday I called bofa to request a new debit card, which I should be getting in few days. So this past Sunday I filed on webcert, and it showed as ‘submitted’ Sunday and yesterday, but this morning it switched to ‘Issued’. So what I’m wondering is…
1. Should I have been paid already? The only way for me to check my debit card balance is call bofa, give my ssn, etc…and the last time i did that was today at 5pm and nothing yet.
2. When I spoke to bofa I signed up for text alerts, so as soon as the deposit is made I should be notified. I’m wonder if those texts are reliable? Should I assume that if I don’t receive a text tonight the deposit has not been made? And are the text alerts sent immediately after the deposit is made?
3. Final question…what are the odds that me not having received the deposit yet is related to not getting a phone interview notice yet? I am fairly confident that when (or if) my previous employer gets wind that I’ve filed for unemployment, there might be some push-back, so I’m hoping for at least one check before having to deal with that.
Thanks for the help, really appreciate it!
As mentioned in the title. I usually get it by Saturday at the latest. I am just wondering if anyone else is also waiting for that form.