what happens if an invalid account or routing transit number is entered

what error will i recieve if i entered an invalid account or routing transit number
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    Error Code 0019 may apply.  The IRS describes it as::
    The routing transit number (RTN) is invalid. The RTN must meet these conditions to be valid: must be 9 numeric digits long; and, the first two positions must be 01 through 12 OR 21 through 32. The depositor account number (DAN) is invalid. The DAN must meet these conditions to be valid: must be alphanumeric (i.e., numbers, letters, and hyphens only); cannot be greater than 17 characters in length; and must not equal all zeros. When the DAN has an entry, or if the RTN has an entry, the checking account box must be checked or the savings account box must be checked.

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      If it was a refund, the electronic transfer will be refused and the IRS will send you a check.
      If it was for a payment, you will be billed for it.
      • is their an error code that applies
      • Error Code 0019 when you e-file.  But you cannot e-file an amended return (your other question), and the IRS only mails checks for these.
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