In Florida. I was approved for unemployment benefits last year. I collected till my benefits were exhausted, about 3 months ago. I just received a notice of overpayment from the state claiming I was over payed by the full amount.
My former employer must have appealed the original determination?
I was never informed that there was a question of eligibility!
Doesn't the employer have only 20 days to appeal the finding?
Am I not supposed to be notified of the appeal?
If the employer appealed and won, apparently, is there anything to be done since this would have been 6 to 8 months ago? Again I was never informed of question of eligibility or any appeal.
If the employers appeal wasn't timely can anything be done this late in the game?
It may have come from the unemployment office itself. I suggest you contact them and find out what is going on.
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Contact the office; try to make an appointment to visit and get a person to person explanation....
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