Misisng your stimulus check?

 Thanks to Michelle Singletary, financial writer for the Washington Post, for this helpful info. Lots of Americans may have thrown out what looked like junk mail but really contained not a stimulus check but a stimulus debit card. The cards were sent in May and June from MetaBank and came in a plain envelope with no governmental IRS or Treasury markings. Just another glitch in these trying times. 

So the Treasury is sending out reminder letters with a return address: Economic Impact payment Card, PO Box 247022, Omaha, NE 68124-7022. The letter provides instructions to call customer service: 800-240-8100 to report the card lost or stolen or to get a free replacement card. 

Source: Financial Planning for Women