If you find yourself between jobs you have my
sympathy, especially if you were in a position where you felt you had to
resign from your position. I've been there and done that. More than
The first time I did it and applied for Unemployment
Compensation I was flat-out denied. I felt that this was wrong and
requested a hearing to plead my case. At my hearing I explained
that I had discovered my employer was actually running a scam and ripping people
off, which I had a moral and religious objection to.
You know what? They didn't give a hoot. They
contacted my employer and he told them I could have my job back any time
I wanted. It didn't matter to them one bit if the place was operating a completely
illegal business. That's not what they care about at the Unemployment
Department. I lost my hearing, and never really even had a chance.
Years later, I found myself in the same position
again. I didn't even bother applying for Unemployment compensation after
my previous experience.
But this time my luck turned. A week after I quit my job I was having a
happy-hour beer at my favorite pizza parlor with a guy who I had seen
there a few times before. I told him my situation, and he asked
if I applied for Unemployment Insurance Benefits. I told him that you can't
get it if you quit, and that I knew this from experience.
Well, this guy started laughing - which I have to
admit annoyed me just a little - but then
he revealed to me that he worked for the
Unemployment Department! Not only that, but his job was
fighting claims - the majority of which were people who quit their jobs!
He then informed me that I was wrong about not
being able to collect when you quit. It comes down to the reason you
give for quitting when filling out your claim form. He said there was
one reason, and only one, that he lost 80% of his battles
against. I bought him a beer and then he told me what it was.
Based on my previous experience, it made perfect
sense! But I never would have come up with it on my own. It has to
do with the way these people think and what they view their role in
society is. Don't try to guess it on your own because if you guess wrong
you lose - and the penalty is huge!
reason for quitting has nothing to do with accusing your
ex-employer of anything!
Well, I got approved for Unemployment Benefits this time and
collected more than $10,000 before
landing my next job. The good news to you is this: Because I am thankful
for the blessings that come my way, I am redistributing this information
at a very low price, barely enough to cover the cost of my search
Why? Because it's totally unfair how this system
works. Those that know the stupid "secret code" get a bunch of money
and those who don't get squat. Totally unfair! I would give you
this report if I could, but these search engine ads are very expensive
nowadays. So I must charge you $39
for it in order to cover the costs. But that is only a tiny fraction of your
very first check! Also, I will refund your money if you are not happy
with the report for any reason, no questions asked.
One more thing. For certain reasons, I might have to take this information off the internet
in a few days - so it actually
might not even be available tomorrow. For real.
Price today is
before I have to take it off the web!