If I am understanding what you asked correctly than you are stating that you sent your amended return in, the IRS acknowledged that they received it, acknowledged that they processed it and adjusted your account, but never issued you a check and now are stating that they have no record of receiving it??? If you are getting this information from the Wheres my amended refund tool, or the automated hotline, i wouldn't worry. During system updates or downtime your status will disappear. Just check it again in a day or 2 and it should show up again. If an IRS rep is the one that told you they never received after providing you with an received and adjusted date you need to call back and investigate further. It would be rather odd for those dates to be provided and than they act like they never received it.
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