Americans To Get $1,050 By Direct Payment: Check The Dates

MILLIONS of California residents are set to receive direct payments of up to $1,050 in the coming months.

A government official has confirmed that the aid program officially launched on October 7 and will run through January 2023.

23 million Californians will receive $200 to $1,050, depending on income.  The relief is being sent out via direct deposit, and debit cards.

Residents will receive direct deposits first, depending on whether they received Golden State Stimulus I or II checks.

GSS I saw families and individuals receive one-time payments of $600 or $1,200. As part of GSS II, California residents could have received up to $1,100.

Californians may have to wait up to five business days after their check is issued, according to officials.

California residents with surnames beginning with F through M will most likely receive debit cards between November 6 and 19.


Residents with surnames beginning with the letters N through V can expect to receive their checks between November 20 and December 3.

Between December 4th and 12th, debit cards should be sent to people whose last names start with W to Z.

People who didn't get GSS relief checks don't know when debit cards will be sent to them. The exact dates will be known after November 11 and 21 

However, payments will continue through January 2023. Californians who changed their bank details on their 2020 tax return may receive a late payment.

As Americans struggle to deal with inflation, direct payments are issued nationwide. Thousands of New Mexicans will get direct payment $400 by the end of  November.

Millions of Virginians are eligible for a one-time relief payment of up to $500. Checks for $850 will continue to be mailed to eligible Maine residents until October 31.