Access your Eppi card account at www.eppicard.com, the eppicard site online.
What are Eppicard cards?
Eppicard cards are prepaid debit cards issued by American state governments. They are a method for Eppicard owners to receive money from state governments. Eppicard provides a safe and easy way to deliver money for state governments. The most common reasons for a person to own an Eppicard is if he or she receives Social Security cash benefits or child support from state governments. However, only a limited number of American states are using the Eppicard payment system at this time. States which use Eppicards include Texas, Ohio, Oklahoma, Virginia, Utah, Mississippi, North Carolina, New Jersey and more. Eppi cards are usually issued as Visa or Mastercard prepaid debit cards. Agencies in the same state may issue different eppicard cards for different purposes. For instance, the Ohio state government issues both Ohio Child Support eppicards and Ohio Cash Benefit eppicards for it citizens.
What can I do with an Eppicard?
An Eppicard is like an ordinary prepaid debit card. You can swipe it at during checkout and enter your PIN number to make purchases. You can also use your Eppicard at the ATM and enter the PIN number to get cash (note that many ATMs will charge a fee for this). Eppicards can also be safer to use than cash. If you lose your eppicard, you should immediately call Eppicard customer service in order to report the loss and deactivate the lost card. If you do not report the loss, you may be responsible for all charges on the card. You will also be issued a replacement card after you have reported the lost card. In addition, if there is a charge on your Eppicard that you think should not be there, you can also call Eppicard customer service to dispute the charge. Note that some states charge a fee for calling Eppicard customer service. You also cannot deposit cash in your Eppicard account; only the state government can do that. Since you cannot use the Eppicard if the cash balance in your Eppicard account runs out, it is important to check your account regularly to determine the balance in your Eppicard account. Although you can check your Epicard account balance at an ATM, as mentioned earlier, some ATMs may charge a fee. You can check your account balance free of charge on the internet at www.eppicard.com.
What can you do at www.eppicard.com?
The home page at www.eppicard.com shows the 19 eppicards in circulation today. They include cards from various states, such as the Mississippi eppicard, the Georgia eppicard, the Oklahoma eppicard, the Ohio Child Support and Ohio Cash Benefit eppicards, and so on. In order to check your balance, you need to click on the picture of the card that you have. Alternatively, you can also choose from the drop down box on the top left corner of the website.
Once you have chosen your card, you will go to a page where you can enter your User ID to check your account balance. If you are a new user, you need to click on the “New User” link, which will lead you to a page where you can register your card. To register your card, you need to enter your card number, the card verification value (CVV, a 3 digit number on the back of your card), your social security number, your date of birth, and your email address, and then choose a password. Once you have done that, a User ID will be emailed to you, allowing you to use the www.eppicard.com website to check your card balance.
In conclusion, www.eppicard.com provides an easy way for eppicard holders to check their balance online. People who want to learn more about eppicards will also benefit from visiting www.eppicard.com.