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Bank Deposit: “Doep Treas 310 Misc Pay” – What Is It?

Bank Deposit: “Doep Treas 310 Misc Pay” – What Is It?

If you received a bank deposit(s) titled DOEP TREAS 310 MISC PAT XXXXXXXX this is likely either a student loan refund from an overpayment or part of a Federal Tax return refund. A student loan overpayment refund usually takes between 45-60 days to appear on a bank statement.

 

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Chrissy on Thursday, 07 January 2021 03:03

I paid off my student loan in late November and I just received this DOEP treasury 310 payment

I paid off my student loan in late November and I just received this DOEP treasury 310 payment
Geneva on Saturday, 17 April 2021 09:07

We just received one today and the bank called me. Did you ever find out if it is legit

We just received one today and the bank called me. Did you ever find out if it is legit
B. Sears on Tuesday, 22 December 2020 16:47

My student loans were recently forgiven from the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program, and I got 21 of these credits in my account today, which I assume to be overpayment based on my original eligibility date.

My student loans were recently forgiven from the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program, and I got 21 of these credits in my account today, which I assume to be overpayment based on my original eligibility date.
Dana Miller on Tuesday, 23 November 2021 18:49

Good evening...the same just happened to me...were your payments legit?

Good evening...the same just happened to me...were your payments legit?
Jamie Kukkonen Lusk on Friday, 01 May 2020 12:03

I recieved 2 different small amounts with this description on my bank account? I'm not sure what the deposits are. I filed taxes and paid off student loans recently so maybe it has something to do with that but not sure at all.

I recieved 2 different small amounts with this description on my bank account? I'm not sure what the deposits are. I filed taxes and paid off student loans recently so maybe it has something to do with that but not sure at all.
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