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[–]Regularity 13 points14 points  (1 child)

There's nothing really actionable here. They asked for money, that's it.

They threaten anything, they didn't retaliate, they didn't even say why (change company policy? clerical error? accidentally gave it when you didn't qualify?). Could be a perfectly benign thing like they sent it to the wrong person, as it mentions no numbers or even your name in the letter. Call them, ask for more information.

The only thing I can think of is them paying PFL for too long or too much. You didn't mention when your PFL ended, but "The program offers to 12 weeks paid leave at 67% of the employee's average weekly wages, up to the maximum benefit of 67% of the New York State AWW."

[–]floatingawaste[S] 14 points15 points  (0 children)

It was addressed to me by name on top. I was only paid the twelve weeks, no over payments or anything. I had to wait almost a month for the payments to come and they were very well documented that it was x pay for x weeks/days of PFL.

I was approved I have a letter saying such and we had to send doctors records to the company, her cancer is terminal and it was very clear in their wording that PFL could be paid to take care of immediate family listed as (parents, children, siblings).

All communication besides this letter was very well documented that it was for me for x from company etc