we are having the same problem! filed on 1/18, accepted on 1/25 .. return was processed && issued on 1/31 .. got an email that it has been deposited to this netspend account, which we STILL have not recieved a card for!! we just keep checking the mail every day! very upsetting && frustrating having $6k+ just floating around somewhere in space that i have no access to!
The same happened to me. the card was mailed on the 11th of January. My tax return was deposited to the card on the 14th. I was told that I would receive the card between the 20th and the 27th. They are gathering interest on my money. --Manipulators and Turbo Tax is using NetSpend and promoting the card.. I will not use Turbo Tax again after being a faithful customer for 5 years.
It can take up to 7-10days to recieve it I have net spend for years u should contact them doe to find out when and where they sent it to
i recieved my card a few days after filing what id like to know if my DD date is feb 26th how long does it take them to put it on the netspend card
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