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Unemployedworkers.org Toll free number to call.

Post by Sammy on Wed Dec 07, 2011 6:34 pm

Just got this E-Mail....Join me and start calling.

"Dear Alan,

There's no time to waste. Congress is facing a year-end deadline to renew the federal unemployment insurance (UI) program -- and if Congress fails to act, nearly 2 million unemployed workers will be cut off of federal unemployment benefits in the month of January alone. Millions more would be cut off in subsequent months -- more than 6 million during 2012.

You've signed petitions, you've sent email messages, but Congress has yet to act.

We can't sit back and wait. It's time to pick up the phone and make our voices heard.

We've set up a special toll-free number at 888-245-3381 that will automatically connect you with Senator Barbara Boxer and Senator Dianne Feinstein and Representative Daniel Lungren, so that you can tell them to renew federal unemployment insurance for 2012 now!
You can also use this easy Click-to-Call page on our website. It gives you the information you need and a brief suggested message to deliver.

We have set a National Call-In Day for Thursday, December 8 to demand immediate action to renew unemployment insurance.

But we wanted to give you a special advance notice, so you don't have to wait... you can start calling now! Call today, call tomorrow! We will keep the toll-free number up at 888-245-3381 and the easy Click-to-Call page up -- until Congress acts to renew this crucial unemployment insurance program for millions of unemployed job-seeking Americans.

Each time you call or click you'll have the choice to connect with either of your Senators or with Representative Daniel Lungren -- so please call or click several times to be sure to contact all your Members of Congress.

In the past three years, federal unemployment insurance has helped more than 17 million Americans while they’ve looked for work in the toughest job market since the Great Depression.

Recent Census figures show that federal unemployment insurance helped keep more than 3 million from falling into poverty last year alone.

Congress has never allowed these programs to expire when unemployment was anywhere near this high for this long. Congress must act, and act now.

So call 888-245-3381 or Click-to-Call today -- and tomorrow as well for National Call-In Day on Thursday, December 8. We're going to keep calling and making our voices heard until Congress wakes up and does the right thing for America's families and our economy -- Renew Unemployment Insurance Now!"
Many thanks.

The UnemployedWorkers.Org Team

Mitchell, Chris, Maurice, Judy, Christine, Rebecca, Mike, Rick, George, Claire and Norman

www.Unemployedworkers.org

Sammy
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Re: Unemployedworkers.org Toll free number to call.

Post by Marian on Wed Dec 07, 2011 8:01 pm

I left a couple of messages today! What is taking them so long to do this?

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Re: Unemployedworkers.org Toll free number to call.

Post by Guest on Thu Dec 08, 2011 12:30 am

Thanks Sammy, you're the Man! (hoping you have a good time with the fam')!!

Marian, unfortunately this is the deal... welcome to the club!

p.s. I love your smile... and boss kitty!

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Post by Marian on Thu Dec 08, 2011 12:41 am

Thanks!

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Re: Unemployedworkers.org Toll free number to call.

Post by Sammy on Thu Dec 08, 2011 12:44 am

My cat gets to eat good tonight........Me, $2 Meatball sando at Subway for customer appreciation month. Good deal.

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Re: Unemployedworkers.org Toll free number to call.

Post by Guest on Thu Dec 08, 2011 12:55 am

Sammy wrote:My cat gets to eat good tonight........Me, $2 Meatball sando at Subway for customer appreciation month. Good deal.

Sammy, stop flirting. I have the exclusive license until told otherwise!

And who were the appreciating customers?... man you leave out the good parts!

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Re: Unemployedworkers.org Toll free number to call.

Post by Sammy on Thu Dec 08, 2011 1:01 am

I don't know who they are, Chief. lol All I know is that this a good deal for the month of December.

And I'll flirt to my heart's desire if I choose to. Wink

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Re: Unemployedworkers.org Toll free number to call.

Post by Guest on Thu Dec 08, 2011 1:12 am

Okay Sammy, but I can only give you the best advice from the one who I have fallen in love with (who dissed me tonight)... followed by the best advice of all!

X wrote:
DesperateInRI wrote:Bad Boy!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LG292heZfOc&feature=mfu_in_order&list=UL

You cracked me up! I know I have!!

And now for the infamous "Daniel Johnston" - Xing Xong... http://youtu.be/r1fbU5ZmbFw

Police Lieutenant: Well, Denham, the airplanes got him.
Carl Denham: Oh no, it wasn't the airplanes. It was beauty killed the beast.

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Re: Unemployedworkers.org Toll free number to call.

Post by Guest on Thu Dec 08, 2011 1:30 pm

I called scott browns office...the man that answered was very nice! I made sure I said not only pass benefits through 2012 but to also include relief for 99ers. The man politely said he has been getting slammed with calls and will pass every message along.

Give a go guys if you havent already!!! unemployedworkers.org provides you with sort of a script which helped greatly and dont forget to add in for them to also offer relief for 99ers!!! DO IT NOW!! (please?)

Thank you!

~S&T

bounce

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Re: Unemployedworkers.org Toll free number to call.

Post by Marian on Thu Dec 08, 2011 8:05 pm

I keep calling. I hope that everyone else is doing the same!

They have set up a seperate number in DC to call for an unemployment extension. Call >> 1-888-245-3381 <<. When prompted, enter your zip code and it will give you options as to which of your House and Senate members you would like to be transferred to. 99ers fight for HR589. NON-99ers fight for HR3346. This number is solely for UI. Get your friends and family to make calls for you too. CALL NOW!

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Re: Unemployedworkers.org Toll free number to call.

Post by irishmalou on Thu Dec 15, 2011 1:12 pm

I wrote and shared my story on the unemployed workers blog today. I am absolutely terrified that my extended benefits are going to be cutoff by January. How will my family eat? This for us is so serious. I was about to start Tier 3 of te Extended benefits. I am up for a job right now but they are putting me off telling me they are still interviewing others. I told HR I would take the job for less than any of the other candidates.

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