Stimulus Debit Card Envelope: What does it look like?

Are you waiting for your third stimulus payment to arrive? Well, if your are expecting a Stimulus Debit Card in the mail, there are a few things you should know. Many Americans are mistaking the prepaid debit card from the IRS as a scam or junk mail. As a result, your stimulus payment is being mistakenly thrown out in the trash.

In this article, we will show you exactly what the Stimulus Debit Card Envelope looks like so that you know it’s not junk mail when it arrives. In addition, we will also show you what the Stimulus Debit Cards look like and what to do if you throw away your Stimulus Debit Card.

This article will answer the following questions related to the Stimulus Debit Card:

  • What does the Stimulus Debit Card Envelope look like?
  • What do the Stimulus Debit Cards look like?
  • How do I get a Replacement Stimulus Debit Card?
  • How do I check the balance on my Stimulus Debit Card?

For answers to these questions and help with your Stimulus Debit Card for the third stimulus payment, continue reading below.

EIP Card Website by MetaBank


Stimulus Debit Card for Economic Impact Payment

The Stimulus Debit Card, also known as the EIP Debit Card, is the prepaid debit card issued by the U.S. government to send out Economic Impact Payments Stimulus payments to eligible individuals.

What does the Stimulus Debit Card Envelope look like?

Your Economic Impact Payment (EIP) Card will be sent in the mail via the United States Postal Service (USPS). The Stimulus Debit Card Envelope is white and displays the U.S. Treasury Seal and “Economic Impact Payment Card” return address.

The Stimulus Debit Card envelope states that it is not a bill or advertisement. In addition, it states that it contains important information about your Economic Impact Payment.

If you still have not received your third stimulus payment and you receive this envelope in the mail, it will contain your EIP Debit Card with your $1,400 stimulus payment.

For help, please refer to the photo of the Stimulus Debit Card envelope provided below.

Stimulus Debit Card Envelope [photo]

Here’s a photo of what you can expect the Stimulus Debit Card envelope to look like:

It is extremely important that you do not throw away the Stimulus Debit Card envelope if you are expecting to receive one in the mail.



What do the Stimulus Debit Cards look like?

Inside of your Stimulus Debit Card envelope, there will be a Visa® Debit Card containing your third stimulus payment. The Stimulus Visa® Debit Card is dark blue with white stars and has your name printed on the front of it.

In addition, the back of each of the Stimulus Debit Cards contains the name of the issuing bank, MetaBank® along with the Stimulus Debit Card Customer Service phone number.

To see what the Stimulus Debit Card looks like, refer to the image provided below.

Stimulus Debit Card for EIP Payment [photo]

Here’s what you can expect the Stimulus EIP Debit Card to look like:

If you’ve received a Stimulus Debit Card envelope or VISA Debit Card in the mail, but threw it out – we can help. Follow the instructions below on what to do if you throw away your Stimulus Debit Card because you thought it was a scam.

What to do if you throw away your Stimulus Debit Card

If you’ve destroyed or thrown out your EIP Stimulus Debit Card, don’t panic. You can request a replacement Stimulus Debit Card by calling the toll-free EIP Card Customer Service phone number at 800-240-8100.

If you are deaf or hearing disabled, call the TTY EIP Card Customer Service phone number at 800-241-9100.

Once you speak with someone at Stimulus Debit Card Customer Service, you will be able to request a replacement EIP card for your third stimulus payment.

For additional information, follow the instructions below or visit the Economic Impact Payment website at www.eipcard.com.



How to get a Replacement Stimulus Debit Card

If you have misplaced your Stimulus Debit Card and need help getting a replacement, then you are in luck. Getting a new Stimulus Debit Card is easy and only takes a few simple steps.

How to Report your EIP Card Lost or Stolen

If your EIP Debit Card has been lost, stolen, damaged, or thrown out – here’s how you can get a replacement card.

  1. Visit the Stimulus Debit Card website at www.eipcard.com.
  2. Click the black “Login” button located at the top-right of the page.
  3. Enter your EIP Card User ID and Password to login.
  4. Lock your card to prevent any unauthorized transactions.
  5. Call EIP Card Customer Service at 1-800-240-8100.
  6. Press “1” for English or “2” for Spanish.
  7. After that, press “2” to report your Stimulus Debit Card lost or stolen.
  8. Your card will be deactivated and a replacement card will be ordered.
  9. Your new EIP Debit Card will arrive in the mail via USPS within 7-10 business days.

If your replacement Stimulus Debit Card has not arrived within 10 business days, please call customer service.

For more help with your Stimulus Debit Card, including how to check your EIP Card balance, then continue reading below.

How to Check the Balance on my Stimulus Debit Card

Checking your Stimulus Debit Card balance is easy, convenient, and completely free! There are three ways you can check your EIP Card balance – online, by phone, and through the mobile app.

For step-by-step instructions on how to check the balance on your Stimulus Debit Card, continue reading below.

Stimulus Debit Card Balance Check Instructions

EIP Cardholders can check the current balance of their Stimulus payment 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for no fee.

EIP Card Website by MetaBank

Check your EIP Card Balance Online

To check your Stimulus Debit Card balance online:

  1. Visit the Stimulus Debit Card website at www.eipcard.com.
  2. Click the black “Login” button located at the top-right of the page.
  3. Enter your EIP Card User ID and Password to login.
  4. Click “Balance” to view your current EIP Card balance and transaction history.

Need more help logging in your EIP Card online account? Check out our step-by-step instructions on how to login your Stimulus Debit Card account here. In addition, we’ll provide you with screenshots to help guide you through each step of the login process.

Please note – you must have an online EIP Card Account to check your stimulus balance online.



Check your Stimulus Debit Card Balance by Phone

To check your EIP Debit Card balance by phone:

  1. Please call the Stimulus Debit Card Customer Service phone number at 1-800-240-8100.
  2. Use the automated voice response system to check your balance.
  3. Press “1” for English or “2” for Spanish.
  4. Next, press “1” to check the balance on your card.
  5. Enter your 16-digit EIP Card Number.
  6. After that, enter the 3-digit security code on the back of your card.
  7. Your current Stimulus Debit Card balance will be provided.

Check your Stimulus Card Balance via Mobile App

To check your EIP Card balance through the Mobile App:

  • Download the Money Network® Mobile App for Apple or Google
  • Sign into your Stimulus Debit Card online account
  • View your account homepage to check your current EIP Card balance

Check your Stimulus Card Balance at an ATM

You can also check your Stimulus Debit Card balance at a MoneyPass ATM near you. However, this option is not free of charge. You will incur a fee for checking your EIP Card balance at an ATM.

We suggest using one of the three free ways to check your Stimulus Card balance to avoid paying a balance inquiry fee.

To find an EIP Debit Card ATM near you, click here.

EIP Prepaid Debit Card Information

For more information on the Economic Impact Payment EIP Prepaid Debit Card, watch the video provided below.

Can I request a Stimulus Debit Card?

No – you cannot request to receive your third Economic Impact Payment (EIP) payment via Stimulus Debit Card. The U.S. Treasury determines who receives an EIP Card for their third stimulus payment.

However, you are likely to receive your stimulus payment via Stimulus Debit Card if that’s how you received the first or second Economic Impact Payment.

Stimulus Debit Card Envelope Questions

We hope this article on the what the Stimulus Debit Card Envelope was helpful to you. If you have additional questions related to your third Stimulus payment or the EIP Prepaid Debit Card, please let us know in the comments section below.

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