Tax return refunds for 600-thousand H and R block customers will be delayed.
The Internal Revenue Service says everyone who filed a return for a education credits the week of February 14th will get their money late.
Several customers posted on the WDBJ7 Facebook page that H & R Block wasn't responsive to the blunder, and some want more than their tax credits back.
"I just don't see why I should have to pay for them to file my taxes, I could have done it myself and messed it up at home for free by myself, so I don't understand why they're still trying to charge...we were very dependent on it. We were trying to move into an apartment and we're still waiting on that to be able to do anything, so it's like putting us on hold," Kristen Janney told us.
Janney is a student at Miller-Motte in Roanoke.
Many customers got e-mails today letting them know that H & R Block is working with the IRS to get the refunds processed.