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No More Direct Deposits for Stimulus Checks after Wednesday

The third batch of stimulus payments for coronavirus relief continues to be sent out, but those who haven’t gotten theirs by Wednesday should start checking the mailbox instead of their bank accounts.

The Treasury Department announced this week that no more direct-deposit payments will be made after Wednesday, so Americans still awaiting their money should now look for a mailed check or prepaid debit card.

The department announced last week that it had sent $242 billion worth of payments to 90 million Americans. Many of them received a text that there was a pending deposit earmarked for their bank account.

To track the status of a stimulus payment, use the “Get My Payment” feature on the IRS website.

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  1. I’m on SSD this is all BS , what happened to us .? Mail a check .? When last two stimulus went into my checking account IRS is not handling good at all WE ARE ALWAYS LAST

  2. My question is when will people on ssi SSDI and Ssa receive their payment we all have direct deposit yet still haven’t RECIEVED the money.Just because we are retired or disabled doesn’t mean that we don’t have a need for the extra money

  3. They want to MAIL CHECKS? I just got a piece of mail TODAY from Social Security appointment on FEBRUARY 9TH. I WANT DIRECT DEPISIT. WE WILL NEVER GET THOSE PAPER CHECKS.

  4. I am still waiting for my $ from h&r block . i havent recived nothing yet. I didnt get the 1,200 or 600 and now the 1,400 im waiting for my refund and i still havent gotten it. I was accapted but haven’t recived it.

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