Please let me know what’s going on with my unemployment claim in Lewisburg
Q) Please look into my records please let me know what’s going on went so long with no money struggling I went to the unemployment office in Lewisburg was approved for unemployment even got the debit card in mail your records show a deposit made April last year but to this day I have yet to see any of my unemployment that was owed to me do I need to send u a copy of debit card was given to me don’t understand I was denied at first my old job even took care of my appeal was approved and told the amount but I have never seen any kind of unemployment that was owed to me where is this money going please respond back to this email tell me something I have sent so many emails with no response Shelly perkins 4/2:79 no phone please respond to this email don’t get it where is my unemployment going and Iam I ever going to get it your records say deposit but where is it going cause I have seen nothing
A) The best course of action would be to contact the unemployment office in Lewisburg where you filed your claim, and inquire about the status of your benefits. They should be able to provide you with information about why you have not received the benefits yet, and what steps you need to take to resolve the issue.
If you have already contacted the unemployment office and have not received a satisfactory response, you may want to consider seeking assistance from a legal aid organization or an attorney who specializes in unemployment benefits. They may be able to provide you with guidance and representation in your case.
It is also possible that the deposit made in April was for a different claim or for a different individual with similar name or social security number. I suggest you to check the deposit details on your debit card and clarify with the agency.
Please make sure to provide your correct personal information and contact details when you reach out to the unemployment office and any other organization that may be able to assist you. It will help them to find your records easily and give you accurate information.