In this article I will let you know either someone else can use your EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer) card or not.
EBT Transfer is an electronic framework that permits a beneficiary to approve move of their administration profits by a government record to a retailer record to pay for items got.
It is utilized in all the 50 states, the Puerto Rico, District of Columbia, Guam and the Virgin Islands.
Since June 2004 EBT has been made mandatory in all states.
With this card DTA delivers its core services like economic assistance and food.
With the help of SNAP or Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program it qualifies people for this financial assistance through Emergency Aid to the Elderly or Transitional Aid to Families with Dependent Children (TAFDC), Children (EAEDC), you can access them using an EBT card and the Disabled.
The EBT card just looks and works like your normal debit card.
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Who Can Use Your EBT Card?
Despite the fact that your EBT card may have your photograph on it, other family members who are getting benefits as a component of your case can utilize the card as long as they probably are aware of your PIN.
If you want to choose anyone other than your family member to shop for you, then you can authorize them.
When you request an authorized representative then they can buy things with your SNAP benefits.
They can either get cash or shop from places that accept EBT cards.
Click Here to get the form or requesting to choose someone to be your authorized representative.
After this you will designate the person on shop on your behalf, he/she will also get a card issued in their name.
If you do not want the person you choose to get and use your benefits, be sure to tell DTA to cancel their card.
SNAP users can call (877) 382-2363 at the DTA assistance line.
For TAFDC/EAEDC users you can call directly call your case manager.