I am waiting for my net spend card to arrive. I got confirmation that I would be receiving my refund on the 6th. Since I have no card I called them and Customer Service Agent Angel stated that there was nothing that they could do for me it can take 7 to 10 business days. I am upset. I was wondering about my refund but oh well I have to wait for the card. Could be as long as next Monday. What a joke. So they will collect interect off my money until; I get my card..
If you're having issues getting one through Turbo Tax, go to any Wal Mart, Wal Greens, or CVS. They carry them. I got mine from Walmart. I've had mine for 3 years now and I love it. You get the money as soon as it is deposited. No holds or anything. Where banks wait until the next day to release your money if its deposited after 2 pm, Net Spend doesnt. They just release it whenever they get it. It's awesome. I really like them a lot.
For 2012 Turbotaxis offering to deposit refunds on the "Net Spend" Visa Prepaid Card. See http://turbotax.intuit.com/support/iq/Tax-Refund/More-Information-About-the-NetSpend-Premier-Visa-Pr... . (Similar to other prepaid card there are fees involved so I would only consider it if I did not have a checking or savings account.)
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