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If you expected to receive a Form 1099-K but didn’t receive one, it’s important to first determine if you were eligible. If eligible, you may be able to request one from our Support team. Below you will find common requests and how to handle them.  

The Vrbo Support team can only discuss Vrbo product resources, what Vrbo reports, what the Form 1099-K requirements are, and share available resources. Vrbo Support cannot give tax advice to anyone about how to use their 1099-K nor assist with itemized reconciliation. The IRS resources below and your tax advisor can provide further guidance. 

  • If you know you met the federal or state thresholds and suspect your form(s) 1099-K got lost in the mail, use the Contact Us button below to request a reprint. The address used to mail these forms is the address that was entered on your W-9. 
  • If you are unsure if you have met your state and/or the federal requirements, please see How to Reconcile Form 1099-K and complete a reconciliation first.  
  • If you believe you met your state and/or the federal requirements, use the Contact Us button below to request form 1099-K. You will be asked to provide your reconciliation as supporting documentation. 

IRS Resources