No!!!! I was accepted on the 25th still processing no DD date yet...so frustrating
I filed 1/24 and got accepted 1/27 at 8:30pm I just checked wmr and irs2go and both gave me dd on 2/4
I was accepted the 27th as well no d.d date yet im hoping it change toma or fri.... Im in MS
I also was accepted on the 27th and it says my refund is processing, hopefully tomorrow we will get a dd.. But that's wishful thinking
I was accepted on the 27th. I was in processing mode until this morning. I have a DD date Feb 4th!
I am wondering if those of us whom have eic or dependants are being held up checking for fraudulant returns ??? any of you that got your dd date are you getting eic ?
I WAS ACCEPTED ON THE 26TH AND ON WMR IT SAYS ITS STILL ON THE FIRST BAR OF THE THREE HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET YOUR REFUND APPROVED AND HAS ANYONE BEEN APPROVED YET ACCEPTED ON THE 26TH?
I was also accepted the 27th and WMR still says processing! I'm confused on why its still processing some people that got accepted that day were approved and have a dd date!! ETH is going on
I was accepted the 24th and I was given a direct deposit date of February 1st.
I don't believe that for a second since people have already got refunds...I honestly don't think the CS reps at the IRS really know what's going on. No offense, they are just told what to say by their supervisors :/
I was accepted on the 24th and the website still says waiting to be approved so I called my debt card to see if I had a DD coming in an it said tomorrow at 8am central time
Finally got DD yesterday for the 6th. State in the bank, Kansas
Money in the bank this am. Good luck everyone. thanks
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