New Jersey $600 FPUC Payment Delayed

By UnemploymentPUA.com Staff, Monday, June 8, 2020


Thousands of people collecting unemployment benefits from the New Jersey Division of Unemployment Insurance have reported their $600 FPUC Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation) missing. The FPUC is a temporary federal program adding a $600 weekly payment to individuals collecting Unemployment Insurance Benefits. It is separate from the regular weekly benefits, but for most people, this is a significant portion of their UI benefit, often being a lot more than the regular benefit amount.

UnemploymentPUA.com managed to get hold of a representative on the phone who assured as this delay is just temporary. According to the representative there is a backlog in the system and All FPUC payments should be issued within 24-48 hours.

UnemploymentPUA.com will continue to monitor the situation and post updates on this page, so make sure to bookmark and come back to check the status of the FPUC situation.

UPDATE (06/09/2020): An update has been posted. See here: New Jersey $600 FPUC Payment Update
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