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What Should I Do If I Receive An Overpayment?

A Notice of Overpayment is mailed to claimants who have been paid benefits they were not eligible to receive. The notice shows the amount of overpayment and penalties, if any. In addition, the notice explains why you were overpaid and provides information about your appeal rights.

Send a check or money order to:

EDD Cashiering, Benefit Recovery
State of California
PO Box 826806
Sacramento, CA 94206­0001
Include your name and social security account number on the check or money order.

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