This Wednesday, March 17, Nacha and US banks released the first direct deposits with the third stimulus check of $ 1,400 dollars from Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
That first round of transfers amounted to 90 million deposits equivalent to more than $ 242,000 million, according to an IRS statement on its website Thursday.
With the previous action, these beneficiaries stopped seeing them as “provisional” or “pending” and were able to freely dispose of the funds.
Additionally, the agency processed 150,000 paper stimulus checks worth approximately $ 442 million.
Some users of the platform Reddit they indicated who received information from their banks that paper stimulus checks could start arriving in their mailboxes on March 19, that is, this Thursday.
Although the IRS has not confirmed this detail, it is important that Americans who have not received the direct deposit of money in their bank accounts, verify the correspondence that arrives from the United States Postal Service (USPS).
In the same previous statement, the entity reported that in the coming days it would continue to send stimulus payments, both electronically and by mail.
In some cases, the person may receive not the paper check, but the stimulus payment in the form of a prepaid debit card (EIP Card).
People who received funds from the last two rounds via direct deposit will most likely receive the third stimulus check for $ 1,400, in the same way.
However, this is not set in stone.
During the second round of $ 600 checks approved last December, The IRS announced that some recipients who received their first paper stimulus check would receive their second on a debit card.
“Please note that the second EIP (Economic Impact Payment) mailing may be different from the first EIP mailed. Some people who received a paper check last time may receive a debit card this time, and some people who received a debit card last time may receive a paper check, ”reads an IRS statement.
The office reported that The “Get My Payment” tool is now available on the IRS.gov page whereby users can track the status of the third stimulus check.
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