all lines are busy and I was supposed to have a phone interview today, I had a call from an unknown number and my phone forwarded to voicemail…is there any way someone could email me with a solution. Thank you!

A) I understand that you’ve been having trouble reaching the EBT customer service over the phone, and you have an urgent matter regarding your food stamp card. I’m sorry to hear about the inconvenience you’ve experienced.

While I’m unable to directly email you with a solution, I can provide you with some alternative options to try and resolve this issue:

  1. Check your state’s EBT website: Visit the official website of your state’s EBT program. They often provide important information, including instructions on how to report a lost card or request a replacement. Look for any contact email addresses or online forms that you can utilize.
  2. Send an email: If you are unable to find the specific email address for your state’s EBT customer service, you can try sending an email to the general customer service email address provided on the website. Explain your situation, including your case number, the date and time of your missed phone interview, and your request for a replacement card. Be sure to include your full name and contact information in the email.
  3. Visit a local EBT office: If it’s feasible for you, consider visiting a local office of your state’s EBT program. The staff there may be able to assist you with your lost card and provide you with a replacement.