When a person is in such a condition that he is not having any money for food or medicine then that is the time when the government steps in and provides the person with the food stamps and financial aid along with the medical aid if it is required. This aid is provided by the government for the person and for the family which the person has to support until the person is not able to earn the money by himself which is sufficient enough for him and his family to survive.
How To Check?
There are two ways to check the food stamp balance and these are:
(a) By Phone
(b) By Online Account
- If you are having your food stamp card with you then look at the back of the card where you will find the number where you have to call to find out the details regarding the balance of your account.
- Dial up the number and then follow the instructions.
- Now dial your account number from the ring dial of your phone 888-328-6399.
- Listen to the balance of your account.
By Online Account:
- Direct yourself on the website of the organization www.ebtaccount.jpmorgan.com which is providing you the aid
- Log in to your account by providing the username and your password but if you are not having an account already then click on “Register” button and provide your card number and the pin number of your card to complete the registration process for the online account.
- Sign into your account and your balance will be stated there.
- Your work is done.
Now the food stamps are available in the form of electronic cards and the money is transferred through these cards. In this way there is no risk of your cheque or money getting lost in the way. Your money is transferred each month in your account on a set date and you can check the balance on that date. Your food stamps allow you to buy food items not any other thing so that no one can misuse the card or the money collected for the hungry and needy people.
Now the unemployed and the old citizens can live in a very relaxing state because now they are given aids to fulfill their food and other necessities in order to keep the nation free from hunger and poverty.