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Lost or Threw your Middle Class Tax Refund? Have it Replaced!

Middle Class Tax Refund Card Lost
California Stimulus: If You Lost or Threw Out Your Middle Class Tax Refund, You Can Have It Replaced (Photo: ABC 7 News)

Lost or Threw your Middle Class Tax Refund? Have it Replaced!

The California Franchise Tax Board has stated that the state has issued $7,508,156,450 billion in Middle Class tax refunds or MCTR.

Direct deposit = 6,956,431
Debit cards = 6,857,281

But some California residents threw or destroyed their debit cards right after receiving the money because they thought it was trash or a scam.

The cards lost or ruined can be replaced by ringing Money Network because Money Network is coordinating the debit cards.

Middle Class Tax Refund

California Stimulus: If You Lost or Threw Out Your Middle Class Tax Refund, You Can Have It Replaced (Photo: Yahoo Finance)

California Stimulus: If You Lost or Threw Out Your Middle Class Tax Refund, You Can Have It Replaced

According to a published post by Yahoo Finance, people who are eligible to receive the MCTR payment through debit card:

• issued their paper for tax return.
• had a balance due.
• received their Golden State Stimulus (GSS) payment via check.
• received their tax refund via check regardless of the methods of filing.
• got their 2020 tax refund via direct deposit but changed their bank number account.
• received an early payment from their tax service provider.

Methods on how to change/replace your California Middle-Class Tax Refund debit card:

• get it replaced by ringing Money Network. Call 1-800-240-0223 then press option “3” for card exchange.

If you have any more questions, contact 1-800-542-9332 and have a chat with Money Network’s customer service.

MCTR is still eligible based on 2020 State income tax returns, dependents, and filing status. If you want to check if you’re eligible for the paycheck visit taxrefund.ca.gov.

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