Has anyone got their refund before ddd

Refund, ddd, feb 14 filers
    My sister got hers today and gets we're scheduled for mon 2/25
    • @patty did your sister money go on a card or bank? If so did she pay her fees up front or were they taken out by sbbt
    • She had dd but had fees taken out she sad money went in card around noon today
    • Ok  my money ia st sbbt and I am hoping they deposit it into my account tomorrow (sat)
    • me too @cakesntae531 we're hoping to get ours tomorrow (sat) our effective date is tomorrow according to the automated machine for sbbt
    • Sooooo excited!
    • we are too
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