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Mon Jun 8, 2020, 12:44 AM

2. Had you been unemployed in the past?

Instead of a continuing weekly claim, some processor/software may have used an old/past claim that did not match something else on your continuing new one, like your employer's name, or approved benefit amount figured on income, so no benefits were paid on your current weekly claim that may have been flagged. The error taken from that past claim period brought forward was caught, and your current claim for the missing week was corrected, though perhaps with what is called a "waiting week." so no check/direct deposit was made because it was processed as a brand new one instead of a continuing weekly in this benefit period - happened to my kid in Ohio where partial covid income protection benefits were approved (She took a 20% SALARY rollback as they sent personnel home to work).
She did eventually get it sorted out, but no word as to when or if that 20% will be restored at a future back to the office date which is still TBA, if ever...Does that make any sense at all???? SMH...

I hope you can get an early spot in the "holding" queue tomorrow morning!

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