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If you have won your unemployment case, you should not have to repay any money because it would not be an overpayment when you have been found eligible to receive benefits. If you met the qualifications for the extensions and you filed all weekly claims and extension requests, you should automatically get that money paid to you once the reversal is filed with the unemployment commission. Usually that takes a week or two for benefits to be paid.
Who is telling you that you will not get back benefits and that you owe? What did the final reversal say that you received?
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