In April 2014 I applied for EDD partial unemployment. I was filing my claim forms correctly. And towards the end of the year they started to lose my forms and send out duplicates.In 2014 my payrate charged twice from $9 -$9.41 .When I had my last review at work my payrate was $9.20.So EDD waited 2 and a half years to send me determination notice and a overpayment. Because I was unaware of my payrate increase. .This year in August 2015 they finally realized that I was receiving duplicate forms and being paid twice . And due to unaware payrate increase my reported wages were not correct. .Know from there faulty system I owe them $2,983 . I thought about appealing their decision then I thought of having to also pay the court charged and overpayment if appealing was really worth it.So know my checks will go straight to edd overpayment for the remainder of this year going into 2016. Leaving me with nothing.
I got my letter today saying I owe EDD $325 (hey it could have been a lot worse)…how do I know if EDD will take that money from my UI checks or will I have to send a payment. And if they take the money from my benefits AND I send a check, I sure hope I get that money back that they took.
I finally got through to EDD today and although very , very nice..she could not give me a definite answer to this question. It would take me about 2.5 claim forms to pay off $325, since I only get [click to continue…]
Anyone know? I just received my Determination letter (actually, I received 8 or 9 copies in the mail of the same thing..way to waste paper EDD lol).
I have read it a million times. It is just a bunch of words that seems so unclear to me.
If you actually owe EDD, do they take the first $25 from each 2 week increments, or 25%? For example, I did not report about $50 bucks earned for one week due to a misunderstanding with my [click to continue…]
Hi all….I am in jeopardy of possibly receiving an Overpayment notice from EDD soon.
I would not owe that much (around $460, I think). Not great, but not horrendous. SO, instead of sending EDD a check, can’t you simply have that amount deducted from your UI payments? For me, that would be 2.5 checks since I get less than $80/week.
I would rather do that, as opposed to owing $$ to our lovely EDD friends. I certainly cannot pay that now or soon. I’m unemployed! Id rather have [click to continue…]
I was scheduled to get a call from EDD today @1. She called me at 9:15..which was fine, because I was very nervous and prepared.
To make a long story short, I am fu**ed. I under reported from a retail job I had in 2012. It was a simple mistake. Then she is claiming I made $48 but did not report it..and said this to me: “Let me give you a piece of advice. ALWAYS report all your earnings.” Like I said, she was friendly, but feisty.
So, If I get an Overpayment bill, I would rather pay it monthly [click to continue…]
I received information in late December (2012) when my extension renewed that I may not be eligible because I was not in compliance with work seeking demands. It seemed to indicate I wasn’t on Caljobs looking for work. I thought this was odd and logged into Caljobs, my account was active and my resume was still up (on a side note this has been fairly useless to me because I’m in a small town that is having very bad economic hardships, and none of the jobs that come up are in or even reasonably near the town. It’s more effective to make calls myself). However, I continued to be paid through January.
I ignored the letter figuring that it was just a [click to continue…]
So, currently EDD is claiming that a was offered a job and then Quit the job during an unemployment claim several years back and are attempting to collect OVER 2000 dollars in overpayments and penalty fees. I did not quit the job. I was offered the job, under-went training, and during the testing period…did not make the final stage. So, naturally, I’m appealing the overpayment claim.
Now, EDD has been holding my payment checks in “penalty” (as the EDD Rep described it) for the past two months. I was assured by the same rep [click to continue…]