Warner Robins, GA asked in Tax Law for Georgia

Q: Went through a third party to file his taxes. When we checked it said that his check had been deposited bank not showing

My husband went through loan company to do both our taxes. When we last checked on irs.gov Get my payment it states for me Payment status not available, my husband saying it has been deposit April 15 but the bank shows no deposit as been made. We called the loan company and said that the checks was rejected from the bank they deal with so it would be mailed to us. My husband is livid and wanting to take legal action because he think he has been scammed since when they done our taxes he had his set up direct deposit for his account and mines was set up to be mailed. We both haven't filed yet for 2019? What should we do? Thank you for attentiveness in this matter. Looking forward to hearing from you.

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