I am ineligible for benefits under MES ACT, SEC 28(1)(A). Didn't certify & no good cause.
I didn't have a good cause fir failing to certify/report. What can I do. Please help. I tried calling customer service on Saturday - but it was the 1st sat of the months and they are closed. I did not know that. I thought there was something wring with the system since I didn't know that the 1st Saturday of the month they were closed. What is a good cause? If I tried online and cod not get thru and happened to bs that the Sat that I called they were closed - what can my argument or good cause be. They told me that the reason I gave them was not a good reason. Please help.
The bar for establishing good cause is pretty high. Basically it means you were unable to certify because you were in the hospital, attending a relative's funeral. The procedure allows you to call MARVIN to certify on your assigned day and a make up day each week. Sorry I can't be more encouraging. You may be ineligible only for the week or weeks you were unable to certify. You might try going to a UIA Problem Resolution Office to discuss your problem. http://www.michigan.gov/uia/0,1607,7-11 … --,00.html That can work better than using the telephone.
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