Here’s everything you need to know about the Black Russian tea and soda refunds that the US Department of Energy says will go into effect starting this Friday.
The government has extended the deadline for people to get refunds on its purchases, which includes a variety of beverages, including Black Russian, Russian Tea, and other beverages that contain Russian tea.
The federal government announced the refund deadline on Thursday, and people who didn’t get their refunds can still get them on Friday.
If you purchased any of these beverages between Jan. 31, 2019 and Jan. 5, 2020, you’ll have to get a refund by Feb. 14, 2019.
People can get refunds for any beverages purchased in the US and any foreign country that’s a member of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
It doesn’t matter what country they’re in.
In the past, the US has extended its refund deadlines for Russian tea, Russian coffee, and Russian vodka.
The US also extended its Black Russian and Black Russian drink refunds to April 1, 2020.
Here are the specific steps for getting your refund, according to the Energy Department: You must receive a refund or other form of payment from the US government, and you must file an electronic form by February 13.
You’ll receive a $50 refund credit when you file your electronic form.
You must have received a refund in the previous six months and your return must be within five business days of receiving your electronic refund.
You can apply for a refund at any US post office box.
If your refund has been delayed or failed, you can file a claim with the US Treasury Department, which can give you up to $100 for each refund that you failed to receive.
You don’t need to submit any paperwork with your claim, but you should bring your proof of purchase and your original receipt.
You need to have received your refund by the deadline.
The process is similar to the way refunds are processed for domestic products like milk, butter, and eggs, the department said.
It said you must bring the product you received from the energy drink company in the mail and that you must also return the product within 30 days of receipt.
The energy drink companies must then send the product to the department for testing, and the energy drinks must undergo tests for chemical safety and the quality of ingredients.
You cannot bring any other products with you, the government said.
The department said it will also send your refund to the energy companies directly.
The refund process has also been extended for drinks from other countries.
For example, in the past energy drinks made from grapes were exempt from the requirements of the federal government.
However, the federal Department of Agriculture and Forest Service has now banned the use of grapes in energy drinks.
“If a company is producing a grape energy drink that’s not eligible for this program, the product must be recalled and will be refunded,” the department told CNBC.
“The USDA will only issue refunds if the product is returned to the manufacturer or distributor for inspection and is tested for the presence of any hazardous chemicals, the presence and extent of which are determined by the USDA.”
There’s no way to know if the energy products from other nations will be affected by the US refund program.
The Energy Department also said it’s working with other federal agencies to help ensure the country’s energy supplies are safe and reliable.
“Energy companies and their partners in the energy sector are working to ensure that energy products meet our strict safety and quality standards,” the agency said.
“These efforts will continue as we work to ensure the safety of all Americans, and we’ll continue to work closely with industry partners, energy and agriculture regulators, and consumers to make sure consumers and businesses are receiving fair, transparent refunds on energy products.”