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Did anyone else file with TT and had no fees taken out?

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    Gail

    If so do you know if the refund goes straight to our account from the IRS, or does SBBT still get our refund first? I keep checking SBBT and it tells me there is no record available so I’m wondering if it won’t even go to them.

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    doris

    Filed 1/19 excepted 1/20. Woke today to DDD 1/30 call if not by 2/6. Last year mine was deposited to sbbt about a week before DDD and they released it to my account a few hours later. As soon as they receive it, they will release.

    #4093663
    NavyWife2001
    @navywife2001

    They didn’t give me a date :-(

    #4093661
    Anonymous

    I’ve always got my refund the same day they sent it to SBBT. SBBT have never held my money. I contacted SBBT and they gave me all my information regarding my deposit. They told me the IRS will deposit my refund on the 6th of Feb, I ask them is there a possibility that the IRS will deposit sooner and they said they honestly do not know. I was accepted the 16th so that’s why I asked if it was a possibility I’d get it sooner.


    @navywife2001
    Did SBBT give you the same Feb 6th date?

    #4093659
    NavyWife2001
    @navywife2001

    Noelle, We have used sbbt every year and we have always gotten ours the same day as our ddd is. I hope that this helps! :-D

    #4093658
    NavyWife2001
    @navywife2001

    My husband and I had fees taken out by sbbt when we filed on 1/21/2015 with tt and sbbt already has our fee schedule but on wmr we only have 1 bar and the 152 message.

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    Noelle

    Does it take longer then if you would have had fees taken out and go through SBBT or is it usually the same time frame?

    #4093357
    Anonymous

    If you didnt have any fee’s to pay or paid them upfront then there is no need for an SBBT transaction. IRS would refund direct to your bank

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