www.EBTaccount.JPmorgan.com is quick and easy way to access your Account informationCards
The Food Stamp Program has been updated and become mechanized. Years ago
food stamps were basically paper vouchers that were turned in at
grocery stores for purchasing food. These vouchers have now been
replaced by a plastic card called an Electronic Benefits Transfer card
or EBT. Even the program name has changed from the “Food Stamp Program”
to “Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program“, which is referred to as
SNAP for the shortened version.
People that are approved for SNAP use their EBT card to purchase groceries based on an allocation amount distributed to their authorized account. Allotted funds determined by SNAP are deposited to an individual account once per month for people to use to purchase food.
Essentially EBT cards work just like debit cards. Every time a purchase for food is made at an approved store the amount is subtracted automatically from the customers EBT Account. Each register receipt shows the transaction and the available amount left in the account after the purchase. Customers can use the card as often as they wish for approved food items any time during the month provided there is still an account balance available.
SNAP accounts are accessed at the website provided by J P Morgan Chase & Co. People can access their accounts at ebtaccount.jpmorgan.com. Customers will need to register online at this site. After registration they can login using their account number and pin number or an id and password.
Recipients of SNAP can see their available balance and monthly deposits. They can change their PIN number if desired and contact customer service from the website. By logging in at www.ebtaccount.jpmorgan.com they can also check their transaction history to review a list of account activities. This includes dates, store names and amounts spent at each location.