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Electronic Benefits Transfer, or EBT, is a government-issued card intended to assist low-income families obtain food and other necessities for free or at a discounted rate. The program, also referred to as the Supplement... More »

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To check your Electronic Benefit Transfer food stamp balance, call the toll-free phone number or visit the website printed on the back of your card, and enter your card number after the system prompts you to. You also ma... More »

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Eligibility requirements for the Electronic Benefit Transfer, or EBT, food stamp program include meeting income and citizenship criteria. The amount that a qualified family receives in assistance varies based on the case... More »

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To replace a lost Electronics Benefits Transfer card, visit the state's EBT website and report the loss right away; the username and password will be required to log in to the issuing agency's site. The website of the Fo... More »

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To check your Electronic Benefit Transfer food stamp balance, call the toll-free phone number or visit the website printed on the back of your card, and enter your card number after the system prompts you to. You also ma... More »

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