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Old 12-15-2009, 04:59 AM
 
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PLEASE do not be suckered into these lies!

THE FOLLOWING IS INSIDE INFO:

The NCESC is not being forward with their information.
The so called "computer update" is a STALLING tactic.
It is being used by many states for the tier 2 and tier 3 extensions.

States were told to do this by the federal government in hopes of not paying benefits to all claimants eligible, by waiting out the December 31 deadline.

The computer system is just as old as it was in July and December 2008, when the federal government approved the first wave of extensions.


CALL THE NCESC EXTENSION hotline in Raleigh, NC (1-866-795-8877) and demand answers to why the money has not been released.

The only way to move this along is if everyone will begin complaining to Raleigh!
DO IT TODAY, if you want to see your tier 3 benefits!!!!

NO JOKE, THIS IS FACT!

EXTENSION HOTLINE IN RALEIGH: 1-866-795-8877
EXTENSION EMAIL ADDRESS: [EMAIL="ESC.UI.EUS08@NCMAIL.net"]ESC.UI.EUS08@NCMAIL.net[/EMAIL]
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Old 12-15-2009, 01:39 PM
 
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I have my new plan year in place and my claim says monetarily ineligible which I understand because of no wages in the past 5 quarters. What about this being a transitional claim with this past extension that Obama passed? Would those monies be part of a transitional claim? Any help would be appreciated, trying to call office bvut always busy, will keep trying though Thanks!!!!1
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Old 12-15-2009, 04:39 PM
 
Location: Boone, NC
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I have my new plan year in place and my claim says monetarily ineligible which I understand because of no wages in the past 5 quarters. What about this being a transitional claim with this past extension that Obama passed? Would those monies be part of a transitional claim? Any help would be appreciated, trying to call office bvut always busy, will keep trying though Thanks!!!!1
"Transitional" just means transitioning from one benefit year to the next when the last year of the previous benefit year has been certified. Since you don't have wages to set up a new, regular UI claim, then they'll pull forward any unused extension money from your old benefit year so that you may draw that.

I know the extension that the President signed is to be retroactive to November 8th, but haven't been told whether it'll apply to new benefit years where the only thing possible is to pull forward the unused extension money.
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Old 12-16-2009, 11:01 AM
 
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I called the NCESC extended benefits line, today, they informed me that the letters are not scheduled to go out until December 30, 2009!
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Old 12-16-2009, 11:30 AM
 
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I called the NCESC extended benefits line, today, they informed me that the letters are not scheduled to go out until December 30, 2009!
Thanks for the information.
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Old 12-16-2009, 04:27 PM
 
Location: Boone, NC
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I called the NCESC extended benefits line, today, they informed me that the letters are not scheduled to go out until December 30, 2009!
...as has been anticipated all along. Six weeks from Nov 18th. No surprises.
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Old 12-16-2009, 05:45 PM
 
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...as has been anticipated all along. Six weeks from Nov 18th. No surprises.
NC ESC stated it expected that some implementations could take up to 6 weeks. It's been at least a month since that update. Hopefully they can keep to their original guess-timate.
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Old 12-17-2009, 02:38 PM
 
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Default Not sure - looking for guidance

Trying to make sense out of what might happen over the next few weeks. Here are the particulars:

Claim Profile
Benefit year 6/14/09 thru 6/12/10
Claim status regular active claim
Active issues no

Received first benefit payment for week ending 6/27/09
Currently on last (26th) payment for week ending 12/19/09

Shows one week of benefit left.

Questions
(1) The "greeting" message on the customer service line says to simply continue to file each week and you will receive any 'extra' or 'extended' benefits you are eligible for - do I need to do anything besides just the weekly filing starting next week?
(2) Assuming I do qualify for the next stage of benefits, what impact does the Dec 31, 2009 'deadline' for congress passing an extension have on me?

Hope any insight and/or guidance for me will be helpful for others. If this has already been answered elsewhere, just point me in the right direction.

Rick
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Old 12-17-2009, 03:39 PM
 
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Default More Unemployment Extensions?

Did anyone hear about unemployment benefits being extended another 26 weeks? This would greatly benefit anyone whos UI benefits are about to expire. So instead of having 99 weeks of UI benefits one could get 125 weeks
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Old 12-17-2009, 03:54 PM
 
Location: Boone, NC
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Trying to make sense out of what might happen over the next few weeks. Here are the particulars:

Claim Profile
Benefit year 6/14/09 thru 6/12/10
Claim status regular active claim
Active issues no

Received first benefit payment for week ending 6/27/09
Currently on last (26th) payment for week ending 12/19/09

Shows one week of benefit left.

Questions
(1) The "greeting" message on the customer service line says to simply continue to file each week and you will receive any 'extra' or 'extended' benefits you are eligible for - do I need to do anything besides just the weekly filing starting next week?
(2) Assuming I do qualify for the next stage of benefits, what impact does the Dec 31, 2009 'deadline' for congress passing an extension have on me?

Hope any insight and/or guidance for me will be helpful for others. If this has already been answered elsewhere, just point me in the right direction.

Rick
No, just keep filing each week as you have been. If you're eligible for extensions (meet the monetary formula), they happen automatically.

Not sure what impact the Dec 31 deadline has on you. I know Congress is working on extending the date by 6 months.
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