For any reason if users’ income tax return could not have filed in spite of submission of all necessary documents by the user then 100% of money will be refunded in the same mode it has been received by the site.
Refund request can be send at email@example.com . Refund request can be made within 15 days of online application made.
The site will process users’ refund request within 10 to 15 business days of receiving all the information required for processing the refund request like reason for refund, bank details for processing request etc.
User cannot cancel the ITR once filed. It can be revised if filed within the statutory time limit as prescribed by the Income Tax Act and related provisions, but fresh fees would be applicable for revision in the ITR already filed. No Refund will be provided once the ITR filing is done and ITR Acknowledgement is generated.
Acknowledgement of ITR filed will be mailed to the registered email id provided by the user at the time of registering on the site. The Acknowledgement will be mailed within 24 hours of filing of the ITR.
If user has any query about ITR filing process, then; he can visit the site where the detailed process is explained, alternatively user can write mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. In case any additional clarification is required user can also connect to customer care executive through the phone number published on the site.
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