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All refund checks printed

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - More than 80,000 tax refund checks have been printed and are waiting to be disbursed once the money is deposited into Government of Guam coffers later this week. But island residents trying to find out if they're going to be getting a refund are still having a hard time getting through the phone lines that were set up to take their calls. 

Rev & Tax deputy director Marie Benito says the phone lines, which are hooked up to the department's computers, are being fixed but people are still urged to try calling. The numbers to call are 635-1840/1, 635-1757, 635-1833. 

Residents whose last names begin with "A" through "F" can pick up their checks at Agana Shopping Center from 8am to 5pm.  Those residents whose last names begin with "G" through "O", GPO will open at 8am on Friday for mass distribution of checks.  And for "P" through "Z" last names, your pickup location is at the Micronesia Mall's north wing from 10am to 5pm. 

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