IRS CODE 1121....anyone with an update

Just trying to find out if anyone that received a 1121 code has received their refund or if they have gotten an update..
    We just check our system and as of to date no one has gotten a rejected for 1121.  Could you please provide more details.
    • i was soppossed to get my refund on 3 -4 but still aint got it
    • My return was accepted on 3/9 and I have placed multiple calls to the IRS and WMR site still says pending with 1121 code. This has become such a frustrating experience and no-one has given has any answers. Any advise would be welcomed...
    • i filed in april 7 and up til now dont have a refund...i checked the irs website and got  the 1121 ref number i have to give to the agent when i called...they could not give me an answer except for the fact that i have to wait another 45 days from today May 13...i ve made nemerous calls but no satisfied answer...what is this ref 1121 all about...can anyone else explain...??????????
    • The code means that you are being flagged, refund frozen pending review. Basically you are one of many that are being audited
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