(Last updated on 3/4/20)
If you have an EPPICard, either for Unemployment Benefits, Child Support Payments, Medicaid, Child Care, Foster Card or TANF and would like to check the balance on your card, we can help. In this post, we will walk you through the process for checking the balance your EPPICard.
This post will cover:
- ww.EPPICard.com Check Balance
- How to Check the Balance at an ATM
- Issues with EPPICard Website
www.EPPICard.com Check Balance
To check the balance on your Eppicard, you need to follow these steps:
1. Log-into your www.eppicard.com Account. If you don’t know how to log-into your account, click here. It should look like the page below. If you forgot your password, you can request a password reset.
2. If you have not yet created your account, click on the “New User” link and follow the instructions. You will see a page like the one below:
Once you log-in successfully, you should be able to view your account balance and check transaction history. You should also be able to see the pending transactions that are yet to post to your account.
Review all transactions carefully to make sure there are no unauthorized charges. This is also a good practice to make sure that you don’t overdraw your account.
How to Check the Balance at an ATM
Yes, you may check your balance at an ATM. You will receive a printed receipt of your current balance. Be sure to review the Program Materials for your card as there may be a fee charged for this service.
Issues with EPPICard Website
Are you having problems logging into your EPPICard account? Have you contacted EPPICard customer service? Were they able to help you?
If you would like to contact customer service to get your account balance or to get help with an issue regarding your EPPICard, click here for instructions on how to speak to a live person.
There has been a recent surge in fraud targeted at EPPICard holders and one of the main frustrations cardholders have is their inability to log into their account to review charges when they need to, especially in case of suspected fraud.
So, the next time you experience problems using your card, be sure to check and make sure the website is up and running – since that will give you an indication on whether you should call customer service for help.