Has anyone received their refund?

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    Her is proof that the IRS paid a REFUND for a turbo tax member!!
    JUST IN CASE YOU MISSED THIS POSTING!!
    LINK BELOW: 

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    SO THERE!! CASE CLOSED!!

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    The IRS has not started processing refunds yet. Please follow this link for more information, or for your convenience read the same information below:
    http://turbotax.intuit.com/support/iq/Tax-Refund/When-will-I-get-my-tax-refund-/GEN12488.html

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    When will I get my tax refund?
    Updated: 1/24/2013
    Article ID: GEN12488

    Congratulations, you finished your taxes! Now you're probably wondering: When will I get my refund?

    The IRS will begin processing returns on January 30. Within 48 hours of e-filing (or February 2, whichever comes later) you can start tracking your refund by following these directions:

    • TurboTax Online: If you e-filed and chose direct-deposit, sign in to My TurboTax to track your refund.
    • All others: Wait at least 24 hours after your e-file has been accepted (4 weeks if you mailed your return), and then visit the IRS "Where's My Refund" page.
      • The IRS "Where's My Refund" page has the latest info about your refund, straight from the source. Bookmark that site so you can check back periodically.
      • Don't worry if your expected refund date keeps changing; this is normal. Last year, 9 out of 10 taxpayers received their refund in less than 21 days. The same is expected this year.
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      no one has recieved theirs but today mine said it had been accepted by the irs

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