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He said the reviews are all done by computers not people all day everyday. So fingers crossed that it will get reviewed soon so I can see my DD! He also said its not scientific but its seems the largest amounts of refunds are deposited on Wednesday’s.
I'm also wondering since this hold lifted announcement on 2/25 if that will speed up or remove all of us CP05's from "under review"
I am a single mother of one & a student & same info as previous years & I have never had a issue or had to wait this long on a return!
filed 1/10/13 accepted 1/31. Able to Order transcripts 2/15. Cycle date: 20130502. received CP05 letter 2/20 with a notice date on letter 2/25/13. Letter stating im under review and no info needed at this time.
Shortly after recieving my cp05 letter WMR changed to generic no info at this time message.
3/09 WMR changed to accepted with a DDD 3/13
I hope this puts some peeps nerves at rest
I was able to order my transcripts 3/10 received them today 3/22 with a cycle date of 20130901 then next to it has a date of 03-18-2013 does anyone know what that means? This is how its listed under transactions
it seems like even though my return was filed 1/24 & accepted 1/25 that it didn't process or start until 3/18?
also above that it says:
Return date or return received date (whichever is later) Apr. 15, 2013
Processing Date Mar. 18, 2013
then below everything it shows each of my 3 credits with there codes & each one's amounts & says 04-15-2013 next to each one & at the end of my credits & codes it list code 570 additional account action pending 03-18-2013 $0.00 is that on everyone's or what does it mean?
I was also told my CP05 letter would be post dated for 3/18 which happens to be the same date as the processing date on my transcript.
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