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Does anybody know when the $500 non-refundable deposit is due if you decide to opt for a provisional acceptance (one would essentially be waiting till July 1st before finalizing the provisional acceptance, but the $500 non-refundable deposit is due June 1st). Do we essentially lose out on $500 if we wait past June during a provisional acceptance?

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17 hours ago, AI13 said:

Does anybody know when the $500 non-refundable deposit is due if you decide to opt for a provisional acceptance (one would essentially be waiting till July 1st before finalizing the provisional acceptance, but the $500 non-refundable deposit is due June 1st). Do we essentially lose out on $500 if we wait past June during a provisional acceptance?

Yes you'd still have to pay your deposit by June 1st, and will lose it if you receive and accept another offer in June. Whether an offer is accepted provisionally or firmly will have no bearing on the deposit due date.

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