NO TURBO TAX customer has received a refund?
When you sign into TT and click track my refund ...it asks if you received your fund..when you click "nope"..it takes you to a screen that gives you a timefram and at the top it says 0% have received their refund.
I was wondering the same thing.
We are thinking that there is a glitch in the program.
im not understanding how friends i know that filed on feb 4. already have a date to when theres will be received. i filed on feb 2nd and i still dont have a date on irs.gov. so im still waiting for mine to be approved. does yours say approved yet?
I am not sure where you are looking, but many Turbo Tax customers have received their refunds from the IRS, according to what we are being told. The refunds do not come from Turbo Tax, they come from the IRS.
I hope this helps answer your question.
my refund was approved on jan 24 and I still have not received my refund it keeps saying we received and it is still being processed. same thing happened last year
it says my refund was sent to my bank but its not in my account. i cant get to my banking router number page.
troy harris jr when will I receive my return harry6909 4026512053
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