Marilee J. Layman (mjlayman) wrote,
Marilee J. Layman
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The IRS vs. The Credit Union

Lucila was here to clean and after she left, I called the IRS. You see, I mailed my state and federal taxes the same day and the state check came back mid-April, but the federal check hasn't. Yes, they got my taxes; they verified the number of the check, the amount, and when they deposited it. They checked that the money came from the credit union.

So I pulled out the statement for May and called the credit union. They insist that the check has never been deposited. That it couldn't possibly have been deposited. I had to ask four times to talk to a supervisor and she insisted that it couldn't have been deposited. Then she said if I called the IRS again and asked for the trace number, they might be able to find it. Well, I've been on the phone about an hour and my ear hurts. I'll have to do it later this week or maybe next week considering the appointments I have. I'm severely tempted to just remove the check/money from Quicken and leave it in the void.

Part Two of Murder on Swann Street.
Tags: credit union, irs, murder
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