The last option to check Georgia Eppicard’s balance is to call the Eppicard Automated Customer Support System 1806561347. You can call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to access credit and transaction information.
Balance of the Eppicard account. To check your balance, go to the Balance Check page by clicking here. There you will need to find your state and then follow the instructions for your state to check your card balance.
Eppicard application for Android. This is an application specially designed for Android users that allows you to perform some of the basic functions that you can perform on the website or on the phone. It offers a free, fast, easy and secure way to check your available balance and EPPICard activity.
Log in and register or call customer service at (877) 2533686, TTY 18552490019. Your account is secured by the FDIC and protected by your personal secret code (PIN). Your online account is protected with the username and password of your choice.
EPPICard specific government policies
Use your free cash withdrawals • at Hancock Bank, Regions Bank or Trustmark Bank ATMs or at a MasterCard Member Bank ATM.
No. Only state money is used on the debit card. No additional amounts can be added to the account.
Check your online account balance to make sure funds are deposited into your account and to keep track of your transactions. Since you can never spend more than your card checking account, you will not be charged an overdraft fee.
For e-mail notifications go to step 3. To use the card. You can use your card to withdraw money from any ATM (bank), bank or credit union (bank) and to make purchases at merchants and points of sale (POS) that accept cards.
The new MasterCard® debit account gives you 24/7 access to your money at ATMs, ATMs and retail outlets around the world, wherever MasterCard® debit cards are accepted. Your bank account is FDIC insured and your account is protected by your personal identification number (PIN).
If you have any questions about the EPPICard ™ MasterCard®, cardholders can call customer service toll-free at 18003041669. Customer service is available 24/7 and handles calls related to: Reporting lost cards or stolen. Problems with balance.
When using the card at an ATM, the maximum total amount that can be withdrawn from the card account per calendar day is 500.00. If you have to withdraw more than 500.00 per calendar day, you can make multiple withdrawals with a bank or credit union (fees may apply).
Usually the cardholder can use up to the available amount. The card can be discovered in certain circumstances, such as when paying at gas stations or in restaurants where a tip is added to the bill.
Receiving child support through Bank of America’s Mastercard® debit cards gives you important benefits: Faster access to your payments. Flexibility: use your card in stores, online or over the phone. Pay your bills in person or online.
You can use the card wherever MasterCard is accepted for purchase. You can also withdraw funds from your card. Use a MoneyPass ATM to get commission-free money. You can also withdraw money for free at any bank counter with the MasterCard logo.
When you become eligible for Family Allowances, the first payment to your account will automatically be enrolled in the Wisconsin EPPIC Debit MasterCard program, unless you have made a direct deposit. Credit card must be received within 510 days of receipt of payment.
When I spend money on a debit card: