Typically the balance of a user's Electronics Benefits Transfer card can be checked by calling a toll-free number, accessing the card information online or on the receipt from the most recent transaction for which it was... More »

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A person can check his EBT balance online by visiting his or her state's EBT website. Every state's online EBT program can be found on the USDA.gov website. More »

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The United States Department of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition Service website provides a comprehensive list of states and territories that offer online access to individual EBT account information. Direct links are in... More »

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Reporting lost or stolen cards, account management, balance and transaction inquiries, filing a claim and speaking with a representative can be accomplished by calling the toll-free number on the back of an electronic be... More »

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Check your electronics benefit transfer card balance by looking on your receipt after making a purchase with it. There should be a line listing the new balance. 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 »

To check your EBT card balance, use the toll-free number, 1-888-328-6399, which is available in English and Spanish to recipients 24 hours per day, seven days per week. You can also use the cardholder account website by ... More »