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Anonymous asked in Business & FinancePersonal Finance · 1 decade ago

what does ACH DEP-DFAS-IN IND, IN ARMY ACT mean on my account summary ?

i just recieved a lump some of money and i was wondering who sent it?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    an ACH DEP is like a direct deposit to your account, made electronically. DFAS is the Defense Finance & Accounting Service, and I'm going to guess that IND, IN might be Indianapolis, Indiana. If it was money that you are unsure you are entitled to, don't spend any until you are clear about where it came from and that it does belong to you. If it's a mistake you would be liable for replacing it most likely. And if it's fraudulent, it depends on your bank's policy.

    Source(s): banker
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  • 3 years ago

    Dfas-in Ind

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  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

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    what does ACH DEP-DFAS-IN IND, IN ARMY ACT mean on my account summary ?

    i just recieved a lump some of money and i was wondering who sent it?

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  • Debra
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    4 years ago

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    That is an electronic payment of sorts from the DFAS in Indiana. Give them a holler and find out what it is hon.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Call your bank and ask them -- that would be your best bet.

    If you weren't expecting this money, then be sure NOT to spend it till you can verify where it came from and verify that it genuinely belongs to you. Otherwise, if it was a mistake, the mistake will be found out sooner or later and that money will be taken back from your account.

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  • Jana
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    Indianapolis, Indiana

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