I have not been able to get through to unemployment. I have not received anything
Q) I have not been able to get through to unemployment. I filled on October 7th. I have not received anything from unemployment, there for I have not been able to file my weeks not having the tools explained to me when I filled. I moved from walnut Lane lansdale pa to lower state road, north Wales, but the post office has not forwarded my mail after many attempts to follow up. It seems that our government has not and still not taking care the working class people. So my experience has been unsuccessful in every attempt. The unemployment office wont answer phones and going there they wont allow you to enter, even though people are there.
A) I’m sorry to hear about your difficult experience with unemployment. It sounds like you have been struggling to get the support you need.
It can be frustrating when you’re unable to get through to someone at the unemployment office, but there are some steps you can take to try and get assistance. Firstly, you can try reaching out to your local representatives and elected officials to see if they can help you get in contact with someone at the unemployment office. They may be able to advocate on your behalf and help you get the support you need.
You can also try contacting the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry’s Unemployment Compensation Service Center by phone, email or live chat. Here are the contact details:
- Phone: 888-313-7284 (toll-free)
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Live Chat: Available on the Pennsylvania Unemployment Compensation website
When you get in touch with someone at the unemployment office, make sure to explain your situation clearly and calmly. They may be able to guide you through the process of filing for unemployment benefits, even if you missed some of the initial steps.
Regarding your mail, you may want to contact your local post office directly to try and resolve the issue. They should be able to assist you with forwarding your mail to your new address.
I hope this information helps and that you’re able to get the support you need.