Where’s my stimulus check now? How to track it in the US mail USA



With informed delivery, you can see when your stimulus check was sent.

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If you coronavirus stimulus check arrives by US mail Can you see when the post office will deliver it? You may be eligible for a payment but have not configured direct deposit with the IRS, so a paper check could come from the post office. Maybe you went to the IRS portal to track payment (this is how) and I saw a message that your check will arrive in the mail. Or you may qualify for a check of up to $ 1,200 but had problems with the IRS portalHe raised his hands and is now waiting for the IRS to mail his check to him.

Whichever way you tried to view your payment schedule, you now know that your stimulus money is coming, but not when. To see when it will arrive, you can use the mail tracking application from the US Postal Service. USA And the service known as Informed Delivery to receive notification when your check arrives. (And this is what we know about the possibility of a second round of stimulus checks.)

See if you can use informed delivery

When the Postal Service runs mail through its automated mail sorting equipment, it creates a digital image of the front of all letter-size mail. The informed delivery program uses this digitally captured information to notify you when every part of the mail is on the way.

The service is available to many residential and personal PO Box addresses, but not to businesses. It also won’t work for some multi-unit buildings where the postal service has not yet identified each unit.

Here’s how to check if it’s available in your area.

one) Go to the informed delivery page of the postal service and tap the Sign up for free button.

2) Enter your email address and tap Continue.

If the service is available, you can continue setting up an account.

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Set up informed delivery service

If you’re eligible, here’s how to set up your account.

one) On the Postal Service Informed Delivery page, if you have not already done so, touch Sign up free.

2) After entering your email address and confirming that you are in the service, accept the terms and conditions and tap Follow.

3) On the next page, choose your username, password and security questions; enter your contact information; and then touch Follow.

4) On the next page, you will need to verify your identity. Tap Verify identity online if you want to receive a verification code on your phone or touch Request invitation code by mail if you want the postal service to send you a code by mail. If neither method works for you, you may also be given the option of visiting a post office to verify your identity in person.

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How to see what’s in the mail

The IRS said it can take three business days to activate your account after setting it up. Once it’s live, you’ll receive an email every morning Monday through Saturday if the mail is scheduled to arrive, notifying you of the mail to be delivered, along with a grayscale image of the front of the letter.

You can also use the free Android and iPhone informed delivery app to receive notifications.

For more information about ordering and receiving packages during the coronavirus pandemic, here is how to find household items when Amazon and other online stores are sold out, How to order beer and wine onlineand how long can the virus survive in the packages.