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irs stimulus acct number is off by 1 number of my pay pal!! will that mess up the transaction?

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irs stimulus acct number is off by 1 number of my pay pal!! will that mess up the transaction?

so i have only used PP to send/receive money... i updated on IRS site a couple weeks ago, to my PP routing/acct info to go into there, bc its taken so long i thought old info might be holding it up - then today i finally see on IRS site my payment is due deposited the end of next week... heres where my heart dropped!! irs site says its going into acct (changing for obvious reasons) "9090" - but my pp acct last 5 digits are "90905" - so its like the last digit on my PP number got left off. i triple checked before i clicked save when i entered it!!!!!! but now ive tried the pp toll free # & its closed to covid - the email feature let me type one, but wont send bc of covid - so here i am!!! im praying this wont affect my deposit being made, when all the other info matches me.. is that something PP will see & know or if it IS 1 number off, its a no go?? and how do i contact PP & fix this BEFORE my scheduled deposit next week? thanks for any help or guidance!! ❤️
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Re: irs stimulus acct number is off by 1 number of my pay pal!! will that mess up the transaction?

@Bonesinkcmo 

 

Worst case scenario, if the payment is rejected by PayPal, the IRS will mail you a check instead. Don't know the ETA on that though. Try calling IRS customer service to try and have it corrected: https://www.irs.gov/help/telephone-assistance


Kudos & Solved are greatly appreciated. 🙂

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Re: irs stimulus acct number is off by 1 number of my pay pal!! will that mess up the transaction?

@Bonesinkcmo 

 

Worst case scenario, if the payment is rejected by PayPal, the IRS will mail you a check instead. Don't know the ETA on that though. Try calling IRS customer service to try and have it corrected: https://www.irs.gov/help/telephone-assistance


Kudos & Solved are greatly appreciated. 🙂

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