What is EBT?
EBT stands for Electronic Benefits Transfer also known as SNAP formerly known as food stamps. It is a federal nutrition program that helps you stretch your food budget and buy healthy food. SNAP benefits can be used to purchase food at grocery stores, convenience stores, and some farmers’ markets and co-op food programs.

Who uses SNAP?
People of all ages use SNAP/food stamps, including families, people living alone, and people living with roommates. People who are homeless can get SNAP too.

Can I get SNAP?
To find out if you are eligible call the FoodSource Hotline counselors at 1-800-645-8333. Counselors will ask you a few questions and let you know if you might be eligible. Counselor can also help you apply over the phone and will keep in touch with you through the application process to provide information and assistance if needed. For more info check out GettingSNAP.org

Where can I use EzEBT?
At the moment EzEBT is available in all major states and we are adding more everyday! Check the app store listing for more info.

Why is EzEBT not finding my keywords?
You have type in the location or keywords specifically or spelled correctly. We are constantly improving our algorithms to make EzEBT more intuitive.

At times, EzEBT seems sluggish, what gives?
There’s certain peak hours where EzEBT is in heavy use. We are improving our servers to accommodate the massive growth. Please bear with us.