don't feel bad you are not alone i was accepted the same day and nothing, i also did 7 other people returns and none of them received a DDD either.all of us were accepted before 1/31/14
This is crazy same thing happened last year to people who filed early i was going to wait but oh boy thought they had things fixed all i know is people filing now are getting dd dates in three or four days this is crazy they must of resent the early ones back like last year no way does it take all this time to get approved, and it seems like every body who got accepted early has that 152 on the page and we are in limbo. They updated last night still nothing my sister did hers four days ago she has dd date of the 7th tt i want a refund of my money i paid this is crazy and you would think tt would give answer since it seems all the people who where accepted around the 26th are having the same issue hope we get updated soon this just sucks
Same here, accepted on the 26th and no updates on wmr, sbbt, or turbotax. Not sure what is going on but its frustrating to see people who got accepted after us already receiving their returns.
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