Bank call center employees are being asked to work over time as they receive numerous calls from customers asking if the $1,400 has been deposited into their account.
The stimulus checks are aimed at helping those struggling financially to make ends meet, with more than 85% of adult Americans qualifying for a check.
And in Evansville, banks are dealing with long lines and heated questions from people who still have not seen the money deposited into their accounts just yet.
For 65-year-old Ricardo Tramill, who works as a cook at a nursing home, he was grateful when he walked into 5th/3rd in downtown Evansville Wednesday morning and saw the money in his account.
"It's here for a lot of people that really need it -- myself I am at the poverty level myself, right up under it," he said. "And, you know -- that helps me out a lot. My car is in trouble and that very well took care of my car because I have to have transportation to and from work."
Anyone who makes less than $75K a year or in households that bring in less than $150K should receive the third stimulus check.
To check the status of your stimulus check, go to IRS.COM.