This is a complete guide on how to fix stop payment indicator unemployment. A stop payment indicator is placed on a claim to prevent payment. This may be related to a variety of different reasons such as something dealing with fraud/identity theft or something that may be pending on the claim that needs further review or investigation.
What does the “stop payment indicator” mean?
Due to largescale fraud attempts against state unemployment programs across the nation, the UIA has developed additional measures to protect certain claimants by requiring further identity verification and claim eligibility authentication. It is important to note that no personal data from claimants have been stolen from the UIA. If you received a “Stop Payment” notice on your account, detailed instructions have been emailed and mailed to you on how to submit additional identifying information in order to receive your benefits. There is no reason to take further action until you receive the instructions.
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These are the steps to follow;
Call at 7 am (They normally don’t open until 8, but here we go)
Choose your preferred language
Listen to the whole menu
In the end, it says, “To repeat this menu press star *”
Repeat steps 3-5 until 8 am
At 8 am (watch the time actually change on your cell phone so you know it’s accurate) hit * to refresh the menu again. This time you may actually choose your prompts. It is expected you will be on hold. They have you put in your SSN, PIN & DOB. Then you wait. You may not speak to a real person until about 10:30-10:45 am. But the time on hold was worth it.