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Old 09-28-2010, 11:57 AM
 
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The woman who I was just talking to can't tell me anything. She said it is system problems... She said all she could do is give my info. to her supervisor to manually key in and for me to check back to my account in a couple days to see if anything has changed or call them back. Why can't I get anyone who is competent? She also told me I got too many weeks of tier 4. Well, I never made it to tier 4, they opened a 2nd year claim on me while I was in Tier 3 and that is what I was drawing off of when this mess happened...
yeah, i dont think its even possible to get too many weeks of a Tier.
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Old 09-28-2010, 12:00 PM
 
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just got off phone with raleigh apparently my tiers ended on july 31st when they recalculated thier previous miscalculations now have to wait to see if qualify for EB won't know until system updates overnight. shouldn't have any disqualifications but who knows what is a disqualification?
there arent many. youd probably already know if you had one.
done in July? hm. when did you originally start unemployment and was it a full strength normal claim?
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Old 09-28-2010, 12:01 PM
 
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Now I'm confused even more!
Received 3 letters of OP totaling $655. They took 50% of this week's payment so far. My benefit year started 2/28/10 and ends 2/26/11

Today......I received 3 letters.
Letter 1: I am not eligible for EUC due to insufficient base period wages which says it requires 20 wks of full time insured employment or the equivalent in insured wages in the base period. ?? I don't understand. I worked years full time before being laid off.
Letter 2: I am eligible for 4th Tier EUC and it lists the amount
Letter 3: Revision...I am eligible for EB and lists the amount

I have NO CLUE where this puts me! If they are trying to mess with my mind, they are succeeding.

Can anyone shed some light?
Thanks
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Old 09-28-2010, 12:03 PM
 
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Now I'm confused even more!
Received 3 letters of OP totaling $655. They took 50% of this week's payment so far. My benefit year started 2/28/10 and ends 2/26/11

Today......I received 3 letters.
Letter 1: I am not eligible for EUC due to insufficient base period wages which says it requires 20 wks of full time insured employment or the equivalent in insured wages in the base period. ?? I don't understand. I worked years full time before being laid off.
Letter 2: I am eligible for 4th Tier EUC and it lists the amount
Letter 3: Revision...I am eligible for EB and lists the amount

I have NO CLUE where this puts me! If they are trying to mess with my mind, they are succeeding.

Can anyone shed some light?
Thanks
perhaps Letter 1 is concerning Year 2, and they are just cleaning up that bit of housekeeping?
and the other 2 are the pull forwards from Year 1.

ESC is terrible about labelling letters in plain simple english.
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Old 09-28-2010, 12:08 PM
 
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what is the phone number for remote services?
919-707-1338
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Old 09-28-2010, 12:35 PM
 
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feb 09 and yea 26 weeks
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Old 09-28-2010, 12:37 PM
 
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Does anybody remember what JDLJR said about how things would work if we actually qualified for a second benefit year, once those benefits ran out...do you revert back to collecting uncollected tiers for year 1, and, if so, using which benefit amount...year 1 or year 2? Similarly, if you actually qualify for a second year and run through all tiers, does that change how they figure EB qualification?

I know this sounds a little crazy, since most are getting letters saying (well, not actually saying this, b/c the letters say nothing) they didn't actually qualify for year 2...but I just got a revised Year 2 assessment saying that I DID qualify for year 2...now I need to know if that's a good thing or a bad thing!
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Old 09-28-2010, 12:41 PM
 
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feb 09 and yea 26 weeks
yeah, unfortunately, that sounds like all the EUC Tiers are used up. its been about 85 weeks since the start of 2/09.
there are 13 weeks left til end of 2010
and 8 weeks til Nov 27, when the EUC Tiers end for everyone barring a Congressional extension.
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Old 09-28-2010, 12:43 PM
 
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Does anybody remember what JDLJR said about how things would work if we actually qualified for a second benefit year, once those benefits ran out...do you revert back to collecting uncollected tiers for year 1, and, if so, using which benefit amount...year 1 or year 2? Similarly, if you actually qualify for a second year and run through all tiers, does that change how they figure EB qualification?

I know this sounds a little crazy, since most are getting letters saying (well, not actually saying this, b/c the letters say nothing) they didn't actually qualify for year 2...but I just got a revised Year 2 assessment saying that I DID qualify for year 2...now I need to know if that's a good thing or a bad thing!
i'm pretty sure he said that once you are approved for a Year 2, that Year 1 is gone forever.
sometimes you do better having a Year 2, sometimes not. depends on the duration of your payments in Year 2, which normally has a smaller base period to collect off of.
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Old 09-28-2010, 12:49 PM
 
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Like clockwork...I got my monetary determination letter today...which highlights my 13 weeks Regular UI with the INELIGIBLE thing at the bottom.

But thankfully, no more OP's, though I think I should be getting another.
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