To report a lost Florida EBT card, gather the owner's identification information, call the customer service department and report the lost card. This process takes about five minutes, not including any time spent waiting to reach a customer service agent, and requires access to a telephone.Continue Reading
Gather the basic personal identification information of the card's owner, such as name and address, before reporting the lost card.
Contact the Florida Department of Children and Families at 1-888-356-3281. Request to talk to the EBT customer service department.
Explain the situation to the customer service agent. Provide any requested identification information of the card's owner. Request that a new card be mailed to the owner.
If you have lost your EBT card, first contact the toll-free customer service line located on the website for EBT in your state. The customer service representative turns off your card so that no one else can use it. You can also request a replacement card from the customer service agent. After you verify your identity, the agent issues a new card, which you receive within five to 10 business days.Full Answer >
There are several ways to access the balance of a prepaid card, such as calling the customer service phone number on the back of the card or by visiting the website of the card provider and setting up an online account. Certain prepaid card providers also offer balance information via text message, according to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Additionally, MyPrepaidBalance.com allows users to check balances on a variety of prepaid cards.Full Answer >
Order a new debit card online by filling out personal information on the online application forms provided by various card providers, accessible on the websites of major credit card brands such as Visa and MasterCard. Some banks such as the Bank of America offer online application services to its account holders to replace debit cards that are lost, stolen or damaged, according to its website.Full Answer >
Customers can check the balance on a credit card by logging into an online account, calling the creditor's customer service number or reviewing their most recent credit card statement. Many creditors offer phone apps that provide access to account information, such as balances and recent transactions.Full Answer >