After President Trump signed a $900 billion aid package over the weekend authorizing a new round of stimulus payments to Americans, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said that direct deposits would begin Tuesday night.
Some people have, indeed, already received their $600 boost and are relishing a bit of schadenfreude at the expense of those still waiting.
To be fair, while some have received “provisional payments” already, the IRS says the official payment date is January 4, 2021, so the rest of those eligible should plan on getting the cash no later than that point.
Wells Fargo, when reached for comment, said it is supporting its customers “as quickly as possible” and that it “will make the funds available in the customer’s account no later than the morning of the effective date of the stimulus payment from the U.S. Treasury.”
In other words, it might have to wait until next year.