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suppose to get my food stamps on the 4th, still not on the card yet

Q) I was suppose to get my food stamps on the 4th, and here it is the 5th and there still not on the card yet, what is wrong with it? I live in Beaver Dam Ky 42320. Please see if you can fix the problem. We are out of food and getting hungry.

A) It may be possible that their may be a  (EBT) system failure. It’s best you call your local benefits office to get answers as to why your benefits are delayed.

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i found a fraudulent charge on my ebt

Q) i found a fraudulent charge on my ebt A) Contact customer service right away if your EBT card or PIN is lost or stolen or if you see unauthorized charges. The federal law that protects against unauthorized charges and errors on most government benefit cards does not protect these needs-tested cards. You should call… Continue Reading

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Is fast food eligible on EBT xards

Q) Is fast food eligible on EBT xards A) In some areas, restaurants can be authorized to accept SNAP benefits from qualified homeless, elderly, or disabled people in exchange for low-cost meals. Households CANNOT use SNAP benefits to buy: Beer, wine, liquor, cigarettes or tobacco. Source: https://www.fns.usda.gov/snap/eligible-food-items Continue Reading

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My father in law is a resident of Nevada. Is he able to use his snap benefits in California?

Q) My father in law is a resident of Nevada but is staying in California until his house repair are completed. Is he able to use his snap benefits in California? A) Yes. You dad can use is SNAP benefits in California. SNAP benefits are interoperable through the use of your Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) card which… Continue Reading

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Applying for Food Stamp or SNAP benefits

To apply for Food Stamp or SNAP benefits contact your local (SNAP) food stamp office office. Each State program has their own application form. If your State’s form is not on the web yet, you may need to contact your local food stamp office to request one.

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  1. i live in oberlin, louisiana so that makes my office in allen parish. I’m unsure why this office is even still open and how these people get paid for refusing to help anyone they are some of the rudest people ive ever delt with their answer to everything is normally “i have no idea what youre talking about” or just a rude “i dont know”!! I always thought the computer in the front office is their for u to go in and do your snap application online if u dont have access to one of your own and also thought they was in the office just incase you arent fimilar with computers ect… ooooh no dont ask these ladies for any help they make u feel stupid they indirectly tell u to pretty much figure it out!! im lucky bc i have lots of knowledge with computers but ive been in that office and witnessed on more than 1 occasion how they speak to certain types of ppl, they need to understand that majority of us hate that we need gov assistance so we drop our pride bc we dont have any other choice then to go in their & get talked to like bc youre applying and or getting assistance that you’re lower of a human than they are!! i started helping ppl in my community apply online bc i hate seeing anyone get treated the way ive witnessed its so sad!!i went one day just to ask for a paper application & they lady told me with a mouth full of potato chips they dont have paper applications but i think what she didnt have was the ability to move to get it bc how dare i interupt her daily snack time!!!!

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