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ferretcrazy67
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Where can i find proof I was approved for an advance?

 
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DoninGA
Level 15

Where can i find proof I was approved for an advance?

https://ttlc.intuit.com/community/refunds/help/about-the-refund-advance-application-process/00/25557

 

If you qualify for Refund Advance and are approved for the Turbo Visa Debit Card1, you’ll be notified by email of the approved amount and you’ll be able to start spending online, typically within 48 hours of the IRS accepting your return.

We'll email you instructions on how to set up your Turbo Card account to start spending online.

The temporary card info will work for 15 days or until you activate your physical Turbo Card, which will arrive within 5 to 10 business days of IRS acceptance and loan approval.

The rest of your refund (minus any TurboTax fees) will be loaded on the same Turbo Card as your Refund Advance, typically within 21 days from IRS acceptance. You’ll be able to spend the money anywhere Visa is accepted in the U.S. This includes physical and online stores.

If you weren’t approved, you will receive an email from First Century Bank, N.A. with the reason for denial and contact information if you have additional questions about the decision.

ferretcrazy67
New Member

Where can i find proof I was approved for an advance?

I never got an email regarding my advance even though I was approved while doing my return. I was given an amount and everything but never got an email. I'm worried about having nothing that proves I was approved. How can I can be sure I'm really getting the advance? 

Aprilellen76
Returning Member

Where can i find proof I was approved for an advance?

I have all the above and still no $$

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