An Unemployment Overpayment Appeal Letter is a formal document drafted by the former employee who was informed about the excessive amount of unemployment benefits they were granted. Often a former employer files the appeal to contest the unemployment compensation the person they fired is entitled to or the department or service in charge of distributing benefits reconsiders their decision or miscalculates the payment. Unless you agree with the statements in the notice of overpayment sent to you by the local department of labor or employment service, you may prepare an appeal to keep the benefits you were provided with.
If you choose to ignore the overpayment issue, your actions may be regarded fraudulent and further unemployment assistance might be denied, so file this document as soon as you can - generally, you have between seven and fourteen days from the day the notice of overpayment was delivered to you. Download an Unemployment Overpayment Appeal Letter Sample through the link below.
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