Mine say Your tax return is still being processed.A refund date will be provided when available, I spoke to a irs rep and she said "your refund is being reviewed as of I now I can not see a ddd, once your refund has been reviewed we ill have a ddd for you, but if errors are found we ill mail you a letter". I ask was I being audit and she replied no I ask her could she see any errors she said I could not see any errors but my return was being reviewed and I should allow 21 days and call back if I don't have a ddd. I can not order a transcript, I am so frustrated so to any one who is getting that funky message on where is my refund need to call a irs rep asap. Is it normal to have your return reviewed during it being processed..
Mine was accepted on jan 24 an still no due date, still processing?
What's going on with this??! Has anyone spoke to anyone or got a dd yet
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