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Us Treasury 310 Direct Deposit Payment, What Is This?


Everett M. Shanklin
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I am suppose to get my disability payment on the 4th Wed. of the month. 

My checking account shows this has not been deposit as yet today. It has never

been late before. Can you tell me why? My benefit PPD ID.911103602 in the amount 

of $3106.04 hasn't shown up as yet. I need this to pay bills with. Thank you.

Everet M. Shanklin

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Disability payments aren’t sent out on the first Of every month from VA, though some banks hold them another day or two. You might want to call your bank first and see if they got it. You can call 18008271000 and follow the prompts and that will tell you when VA sent out payments. 
 

you also should never post the amount of your comp on the internet publicly like that. its a  bad idea that can invite a whole host of scammers

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Short answer:  We dont know what happened.  

Did you check ebenefits to see if your checking account information has been changed??  That probably means a hacker.

Did you call your bank?

Sometimes they delay stuff..and its possible for a garnishment, such as back child support.  

You should "call Peggy" contact your VSO or both of these, and or contact the white house hotline to run down what happened.  

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We all agree that something is wrong. EFT(Electronic Fund Transfers) payments are normally sent out a few days prior to the first of each month and then your bank will actually post/credit it to your account on or before the first (maybe a day or two).  Check with your bank first then call Peggy the 1800 827 1000 number to verify what happened or where it went.

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Do you have an ebenefits account? If so, can you still log into it? Usually if someone hacks your account info they change your log in also.

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