I actually got my refund today I was scheduled for 2/4 but my bank allows you access to your money as soon as it is on your account I was pretty surprised when I check my account to see if I had enough to buy some chips and soda at work and saw that it was in there today good luck to the rest of y'all
I have the same DD..I hear they are doing DD everyday mon-fri.
Mine says the 5th also. I'm keeping my fingers crossed my babys turning 4 next week and momma needs that refund.
I was accepted on the 27th, and this morning, I have a dd date of Feb 6, loving it. Don't worry about the 21 day bull, just a lead time. Like a movie, coming soon.
I got a date of the 6th this morning so Id assume its just about everyday
- Crookbills , Happy to help.
IRS stated they JUST accepted my return as of this morning (to them) and that I may or may not be processed within the next 24-72 hours tho, she says there may be a good chance it will be done soon being she can actually find mine as being uploaded and they generally process quickly unless complicated, here's to hoping I'm one of the midweek or by Friday deposits.
I had a DD of 2/4. My bank text went off around 545a. Deposit was this morning. Thank God because bank of Americas system crashed yesterday.
Your tax refund is scheduled to be sent to your bank on February 6, 2013.If your refund is not credited to your account by February 11, 2013, check with your bank to see if it has been received.
My return was accepted on 1/27, I checked WMR and it says its scheduled to be deposited on Feb 6 and to wait till Feb 11th to call the bank if it hasn't showed up.
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