Find locations Quest ATMs by using online search tools at Yellowpages.com or through individual state welfare department websites. To find Quest ATMs through Yellowpages.com, type "Quest ATM Locations" into the search bar on the home page, and enter the name of the desired city. Results provide an address, telephone number, directions and associated website for the ATM, if available. Clicking on each location also leads to more information, such as operating hours.
The Quest network facilitates transactions for the Electronics Benefits and Services Council, which administers electronic cards to users of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, formerly known as the Food Stamp Program. A Quest sign on an ATM indicates to EBT cardholders that the card is accepted at that location, explains the Florida Department of Children and Families.
In addition to appearing on ATMs, the Quest symbol is often posted in check-out lanes at grocery stores or other retail outlets, as well as on store windows or doors. The Quest symbol also indicates its available use at electronic POS, or point of sale, terminals. POS terminals are often used in place of traditional cash registers to verify the availability of funds on the EBT card and facilitate the transfer of funds to the establishment.