My status bar on WMR was there this morning now it is gone. I was able to order a transcript this morning as well. Still no DD. Just checked again and the status bar on WMR is gone and i have this message "We cannot provide any information about your refund. You must wait at least 24 hours after you get the acknowledgement e-mail that your tax return was received by the IRS." Any thoughts?
WMR locks you out if you query too much. It's only updated once a day, overnight.
I also am experiencing the same info..I filed on 2/16..was accepted within minutes. On the MWR it read processing with the orange status bar. This morning there was no status bar and the refund amount was gone. I called the holds department (its less of a wait time and they are a lot nicer). She said there were no holds and that they date listed on her system gave a date of March 17th..which is more than the 21 days..I am on hold now with the next rep she transferred me to see why it is longer than 21 days and why the MWR change took place
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