CRA has not received my file - concerned I made an error in attempting to file with Turbo tax. Can someone check?

I used Turbotax April 19 and paid with credit card. Charge has cleared

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If you didn't get a confirmation number, then your return wasn't filed and you will need to try again.

Here is how to find out if your return was filed using NETFILE and received by the CRA:

When you’ve successfully transmitted your tax return to the CRA through NETFILE, you receive a NETFILE confirmation number. Here’s how to find your NETFILE confirmation number.

You can also confirm if your tax return was received by the CRA in your CRA My Account, but it can take up to 48 hours after you file for your My Account to reflect that your return was received.

If you don’t see a NETFILE confirmation number after 48 hours, you haven’t filed your return through NETFILE. In this case, see our FAQ for submitting your tax return to CRA using NETFILE:

 

 

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