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The Division holds these lost funds until they are claimed by either the original owner or their heirs. Claiming property is fast, easy and free. For more. If you have questions about how the Get My Payment tool works or how to access the stimulus money you can click here. The IRS "Get My Payment" tool went live over the weekend as direct some first reported getting their money over the weekend of March 13.

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$6,000 per month. Please see your Cardholder Agreement and Fee Schedule online at EIPCard.com for more information.

How do I obtain a replacement EIP Card? (updated March 30, 2021)

If your Card is discarded or destroyed, it is important that you call Customer Service at 1.800.240.8100 immediately and choose the option for assistance with a replacement, reissue, lost, or stolen Card.

Your discarded or destroyed Card will be deactivated to prevent anyone from using it and, upon your request, a replacement Card will be provided at no cost to you. Please see your Cardholder Agreement online at EIPCard.com for more information.

I received a notice to activate my EIP Card, but I do not have a Card, what should I do? (updated March 30, 2021)

If you haven’t received your EIP Card, or if you may have accidentally thrown it away, please call Customer Service at 1.800.240.8100 and choose the option for assistance with a replacement, reissue, lost, or stolen Card.

Upon your request, a replacement Card will be provided at no cost to you. Please see your Cardholder Agreement online at EIPCard.com for more information.

Overview
What is the Economic Impact Payment Card? (updated March 17, 2021)

The Economic Impact Payment (EIP) Card is a prepaid debit card distributed to eligible recipients that contains the first round of Economic Impact Payments under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), the second round of Economic Impact Payments under the COVID-related Tax Relief Act of 2020 or the third round of Economic Impact Payments under the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 that will begin mailing the week of March 22, 2021.

The EIP Card is sponsored by the Department of the Treasury Bureau of the Fiscal Service, managed by Money Network Financial, LLC and issued by Treasury’s financial agent, MetaBank®, N.A. For more information about Economic Impact Payments, click here.

Will EIP Cards be used for the third round Economic Impact Payments? (updated March 17, 2021)

Yes. To deliver the third round of Economic Impact Payments as rapidly as possible, the Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service will send Economic Impact Payments (EIPs) by prepaid debit card starting the week of March 22, 2021. To learn more, please click here.

How will I receive my EIP Card?

Your EIP Card will be mailed to you at the most recent mailing address filed with the IRS.

How will I recognize my EIP Card? (updated January 4, 2021)

Your EIP Card will arrive in a white envelope that prominently displays the U.S. Treasury seal and includes “Economic Impact Payment Card” in the return address. The envelope also states that it contains “Important information about your Economic Impact Payment.” The Visa® name will appear on the front of the Card; the back of the Card has the name of the issuing bank, MetaBank®, N.A. Information included with the Card will explain that the Card is your EIP Card.

Why did I receive an EIP Card?

You received an EIP Card because you are eligible for an Economic Impact Payment and the IRS did not have your bank account information. The EIP Card allows you to quickly access your Economic Impact Payment.

How was my Economic Impact Payment amount calculated?

The dollar amount of the funds deposited on to your EIP Card was calculated by the IRS. If you have further questions regarding the calculation, click here to visit the Economic Impact Payment Information Center for more information.

Will my round three payment be deposited, or loaded, on to my round one or two EIP Card? (updated March 30, 2021)

No. EIP Cards issued for the first or second round of Economic Impact Payments are not being reloaded. If you received EIP Cards for round one or round two stimulus payments, they all have separate balances, and you should keep those earlier EIP Cards until the balance for each EIP Card reaches zero.

I received my first or second round of Economic Impact Payments on an EIP Card, should I expect to receive my third round payment on an EIP Card? (updated March 17, 2021)

If you are eligible to receive a third round payment, the form of payment for the third mailed Economic Impact Payment may be different than for the first or second mailed Economic Impact Payment. Some people who received a paper check previously might receive a debit card this time, and some people who received a debit card previously may receive a paper check.

What if I never received my full Economic Impact Payment? (updated March 17, 2021)

If you didn’t get any payments or got less than the full amounts, you may qualify for the Recovery Rebate Credit on your 2020 tax return. For more information, please see the Recovery Rebate Credit section on IRS.gov.

What safeguards are in place to protect the privacy of my personal information? (updated August 20, 2020)

We take the privacy and confidentiality of our Card recipients very seriously. There are numerous federal and state regulations in place to protect consumers and safeguard your information, including the Right to Financial Privacy Act, the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act and more. The EIP Card program complies with all current requirements, and under no circumstances do we sell cardholder information to third parties. Additionally, the EIP Card is sponsored by the U.S. Treasury Department under requirements that prohibit us from using or disclosing, for any commercial purpose, any confidential information we receive in connection with the program including your personal information.

Getting Started
How do I activate my EIP Card? (updated March 30, 2021)

Call 1.800.240.8100. During activation, you will be asked to input your Card Number, last 6-digits of your social security number and the 3-digit security code from the back of your Card. You could be asked to further validate your identity by providing, at minimum, your name and address and answer identity verification questions.

You will also be asked to create a 4-digit PIN required for ATM transactions, request automated assistance and to hear your balance. For your Account security, do not use personal information as your PIN. For Cards with more than one name, only the primary Cardholder (listed first on the Card) may activate the Card.

How do I set up a User ID and Password for online access?

Go to EIPCard.com. Click “Login” and then “Register Now.” Follow the steps to create your User ID and Password. Be sure to have your EIP Card handy. You can use the same User ID and Password created for online access to access the Money Network® Mobile App2. For Cards with more than one name, please use the primary Cardholder information (listed first on the Card) for online or Mobile App registration.

I received a message that my phone number was blocked when I called 1.800.240.8100. What can I do? (updated February 2, 2021)

EIP Card Customer Service is unable to address phone calls from blocked telephone numbers, which could be caused by a setting with your carrier or on your mobile phone. You may change this setting with your carrier or on your mobile phone. Or, you may call us back from an unblocked number.

Using Your Card
How can I find the balance of my EIP Card? (updated January 4, 2021)

There are three easy and free1 ways to access your EIP Card account balance information and transaction history:

  • Online: View your balance and transaction history online any time at EIPCard.com.

  • By phone: Call 1.800.240.8100 to hear your balance and transaction history using our automated voice response system.

  • Mobile App: Download the Money Network Mobile App2 at the App Store® or on Google Play.

How can I use my EIP Card? (updated August 20, 2020)

You can use your Card securely and without a fee1 to make purchases anywhere Visa® Debit Cards are accepted — in stores, online or over the phone. You can also use your EIP Card to pay bills3, get cash back with a PIN debit purchase (where available), and get cash from an in-network ATMs Nationwide that carry the AllPoint or MoneyPass brands.1

To find surcharge-free in-network ATMs, use our ATM locator found at EIPCard.com or in the Money Network® Mobile App2. There’s no fee to withdraw cash at in-network ATMs that carry the AllPoint or MoneyPass brands, but fees may apply if you use an out-of-network ATM1.

To get cash, simply:

  1. Enter your 4-digit PIN

  2. Select “Withdrawal” from “Checking”

While most services are free1, see the fee schedule to understand the fees and transaction limits associated with optional services. Please see your Cardholder Agreement and Fee Schedule online at EIPCard.com for more information.

How do I use the EIP Card with no fee1? (updated March 17, 2021)

There are many ways you can use your Card without incurring a fee1. You can:

  • Make signature or PIN-debit purchases anywhere Visa Debit Cards are accepted — in stores, online or over the phone.

  • Get cash back with a PIN debit purchase, where available.

  • Get cash from surcharge-free in-network ATMs Nationwide that carry the AllPoint or MoneyPass brands. To find surcharge-free in-network ATMs, use our ATM locator found at EIPCard.com or in the Money Network® Mobile App.2

  • Transfer funds to a personal bank account.

  • Withdraw cash at a domestic bank branch by conducting an over-the-counter cash withdrawal.

Please see your Cardholder Agreement and Fee Schedule online at EIPCard.com for more details on using your Card without a fee1.

Can I use my EIP Card to make purchases online?

Yes, you can use your Card to make purchases if the merchant’s website accepts Visa Debit Card payments. You will need to enter your EIP Card information: 16-digit card number, expiration date and 3-digit code from the Card back. Make sure you have used the correct billing address associated with your Card account. To review or change your billing address, log in to your Card account online at EIPCard.com and click on My Profile. For Cards with more than one name, the primary Cardholder name (listed first on the Card) may be required to complete the online purchase.

Point-of-Sale (POS) Transaction Limits Apply: $2,500 per transaction and per day (merchant cash back limit may be less). Please see your Cardholder Agreement and Fee Schedule online at EIPCard.com for more information.

Can I use my EIP Card to buy groceries and make other purchases at stores?

Yes, you can use your Card to make purchases at stores accepting Visa Debit Cards. Once you are ready to pay: Insert your Card into the card reader or present your Card and follow the prompts on the screen. You can choose to sign for the transaction or enter your 4-digit PIN. The process to make purchases may vary by merchant. You can get cash back at participating merchants when entering your 4-digit PIN for purchases.

Point-of-Sale (POS) Transaction Limits Apply: $2,500 per transaction and per day (merchant cash back limit may be less). Please see your Cardholder Agreement and Fee Schedule online at EIPCard.com for more information.

How do I buy gas with the EIP Card?1

To purchase gas using your EIP Card, you should give your Card to the attendant to pre-pay for gas in order to avoid a pre-authorization. As with most debit cards, if you pay at the pump, merchants will pre-authorize your purchase, which temporarily puts a hold on your Card balance that could be greater than the transaction amount. Once processed, the money will be released, and your balance will be adjusted. Pre-authorized funds may take up to 7 business days to be released back to your Card account balance.

Can I use my EIP Card to withdraw cash at an ATM? (updated August 20, 2020)

Yes, you can use your Card to withdraw cash from ATMs. Visit our ATM Locator online at EIPCard.com or use the Money Network Mobile App2 to find surcharge-free in-network ATMs near you that carry the AllPoint or MoneyPass brands. Out-of-Network ATMs will incur a small fee1. Please see your Cardholder Agreement and Fee Schedule online at EIPCard.com for more information.

There’s no fee to withdraw cash at in-network ATMs that carry the AllPoint or MoneyPass brands, but fees may apply if you use an out-of-network ATM.1

To get cash, simply:

  1. Enter your 4-digit PIN

  2. Select “Withdrawal” from “Checking”

ATM Withdrawal Limits Apply: $1,000 per transaction and per day (bank limits may be less). see your Cardholder Agreement and Fee Schedule online at EIPCard.com for more information.

How can I get cash using my EIP Card?1 (updated March 17, 2021)

There are multiple ways you can access cash using your Card (please note that limits may apply to the amount of cash you are able to withdraw at merchants and ATMs):

Cash from an ATM:

There’s no fee to withdraw cash at in-network ATMs that carry the AllPoint or MoneyPass brands, but fees may apply if you use an out-of-network ATM.1 To find surcharge-free in-network ATMs, use our ATM Locator found at EIPCard.com or in the Money Network® Mobile App.2

To get cash, simply:

  1. Enter your 4-digit PIN

  2. Select “Withdrawal” from “Checking”

ATM Withdrawal Limits Apply: $1,000 per transaction and per day (bank limits may be less). Please see your Cardholder Agreement and Fee Schedule online at EIPCard.com for more information.

Cash-back from participating merchants:

The easiest way to get cash back with your Card is at the places you already shop, like grocery and convenience stores. Simply:

  1. Select “Debit” on the keypad

  2. Enter your 4-digit PIN

  3. Select “Yes” for cash-back

  4. Enter the amount and hit “OK”

Point-of-Sale (POS) Transactions Limits Apply: $2,500 per transaction and per day (merchant cash back limit may be less). Please see your Cardholder Agreement and Fee Schedule online at EIPCard.com for more information.

Cash from a bank or credit union teller:

You can visit any bank or credit union branch to withdraw cash, but fees may apply1. To withdraw cash:

  1. Know your balance beforehand – the teller cannot tell how much money you have on your Card

  2. Ask the teller for the amount you would like to withdraw

  3. You’ll need your 4-digit PIN and may be asked for an additional form of ID

Bank/Teller Over-the-Counter Withdrawal Limits Apply: $6,000 per transaction and per day (bank limit may be less). Please see your Cardholder Agreement and Fee Schedule online at EIPCard.com for more information.

How much cash can I withdraw at a time from an ATM? (updated January 4, 2021)

ATM Withdrawal Limits Apply: $1,000 per transaction and per day. ATM owners may also have withdrawal limits in place. Please see your Cardholder Agreement and Fee Schedule online at EIPCard.com for more information.

There’s no fee to withdraw cash at in-network ATMs that carry the AllPoint or MoneyPass brands, but fees may apply if you use an out-of-network ATM.1 To find surcharge-free in-network ATMs, use our ATM Locator found at EIPCard.com or in the Money Network®Mobile App.2

To get cash, simply:

  1. Enter your 4-digit PIN

  2. Select “Withdrawal” from “Checking”

Can I pay my rent or mortgage with my EIP Card?

Yes, you can use your Card to pay your rent or mortgage if your landlord or mortgage company accepts Visa Debit Card payments. You will need to enter your Card information as directed by your landlord or mortgage company to complete your transaction. You can also use a free1 Money Network Check to make these payments with the funds in your Card Account. Please see your Cardholder Agreement and Fee Schedule online at EIPCard.com for more information.

What is a Money Network® Check?

Instead of purchasing money orders to pay bills, rent or make other payments, you can use a Money Network Check to make these payments with the funds in your Card Account. You can also write a Check and cash it surcharge-free at participating check cashing locations.

Once you activate a Check, the funds are immediately deducted from your Card account. Visit the ATM Locator online at EIPCard.com to find a nearby participating Check cashing location4. Please see your Cardholder Agreement and Fee Schedule online at EIPCard.com for more information.

How do I get Money Network Checks?
How do I write a Money Network Check?

Each time you write a Money Network® Check you should check your balance by logging in online at EIPCard.com to ensure you can cover the Check amount. Write today's date and the dollar amount on the Check. Write a name in PAY TO THE ORDER OF. Call the number on the back of your Card to access your Account and select the Money Network Check option. Enter the CHECK NUMBER and the DIGIT, then enter the amount you wrote on the Check without the decimal point and press '#'. Write the ISSUER NUMBER and TRANSACTION NUMBER provided by the automated phone system. Your finished Check's amount will be deducted immediately from your Account.

Can I use my EIP Card to make recurring payments?

Yes, you can use your Card for recurring bill payments; however, you must ensure you have sufficient funds to cover the entire bill. If you have insufficient funds, then your payment may be declined or partially authorized. To complete the purchase, you need to either use another form of payment or attempt a transaction equal to or less than the available balance of the Card account.

How can I transfer the funds from my EIP Card to my bank account? (updated March 17, 2021)

There are multiple ways to transfer the funds1 from your EIP Card to an existing bank account at no cost to you. You will need the Routing and Account number for your bank account to complete the transfer.

Transfer funds online at EIPCard.com

  1. Be sure you have activated your EIP Card before attempting to transfer funds.

  2. Register for online access by going to EIPCard.com and click on 'Login' and 'Register Now'. Follow the steps to create your User ID and Password. Be sure to have your EIP Card handy.

  3. Select 'Transfers in U.S.' under Money Out.

  4. Follow the steps to set up your destination bank account prior to completing your ACH transfer.

  5. Transfers should post to your bank account in 2-3 business days.

Transfer funds using the Money Network Mobile App

  1. Be sure you have activated your EIP Card before attempting to transfer funds.

  2. Download the Money Network Mobile App2 and register for mobile access by clicking 'New User?'. Follow the steps to create your User ID and Password. Be sure to have your EIP Card handy.

  3. Click the top left menu and click 'Send Money to an External Bank Account' under Move Money Out.

  4. Follow the steps to set up your destination bank account prior to completing your ACH transfer.

  5. Transfers should post to your bank account in 2-3 business days.

Transfer funds by calling 1.800.240.8100

  1. Be sure you have activated your EIP Card before attempting to transfer funds.

  2. Call 1.800.240.8100 and follow the prompts to authenticate with the Interactive Voice Response Unit (IVRU).

  3. Once authenticated by the IVRU, follow the prompts to set up your destination bank account prior to completing your ACH transfer.

  4. Transfers should post to your bank account in 2-3 business days.

ACH Transfer to Domestic Bank Limits Apply: $6,000 per transaction

Transfers

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Is there a cost to use the EIP Card? (updated March 17, 2021)

While many services and types of transactions are free of charge, there are some services and transactions that may incur a fee1.

No Cost Services and Transactions:

Purchases

Getting your money back if you paid by card or PayPal

There are steps you can take if you bought something by credit card, debit card, charge card or through PayPal. You can ask for a refund if you:

  • didn't get what you paid for

  • got something faulty or broken

  • got something that's different to how it was described

It's usually best to try to contact the trader. If you can't contact them or they won't help, ask your card provider or PayPal to help.

Try to contact the trader

If the trader has a complaints procedure, you should follow it when you contact them. You can check if the trader has a complaints procedure on their website

It’s best to email or write to the trader - you can use a template letter. Keep a copy of anything you send, in case you need to check it later.

If you can't contact the trader or they won't help, you can then ask your card provider or PayPal.

Check the best way to get your money back

If you paid using money from your PayPal account, you should open a dispute on the PayPal website. You have 180 days from when you paid to open a dispute – this is about 6 months.

If you paid with a credit card, you should ask for your money back using Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act – as long as you paid more than £100 and no more than £30,000. The limits are for a single item you want to get a refund for, not the whole order. You can't usually use Section 75 if you didn't buy directly from the trader - for example if you bought from eBay.

You should ask for your money back using 'chargeback' if you:

  • paid with a debit card or charge card

  • paid with a credit card and you can't use Section 75

Example

Olga bought a mobile phone and some headphones using her credit card.

The phone cost £80, the headphones cost £20 and the delivery charge was £5 – so the total cost was £105. None of the items arrived.

She can't use Section 75. Although she paid £105, no single item cost more than £100. Olga should ask to use chargeback.

If you paid by more than 1 method

If you paid any part of the cost by credit card, you can use Section 75 - as long as the total cost of the item is more than £100 and no more than £30,000.

You can only get a Section 75 refund from one card provider. 

If you used a credit card and debit or charge card to split the cost, ask your credit card provider to use Section 75. If you used more than one credit card, choose one credit card provider to ask. It doesn't matter which one.

Example

Peter bought a faulty oven for £250. He paid £50 deposit by credit card and £200 by cash.

He can use Section 75. He can claim the full £250 cost, not just the £50 he paid by credit card.

If you didn't buy directly from the trader

You can still ask to use chargeback. 

You can't usually use Section 75 if you bought something through a third party rather than directly from the trader. For example, you might have bought it through:

  • a marketplace like Amazon or eBay, where you use one company's website to buy from other companies
  • a website like GroupOn, where you buy a voucher to use with other companies
  • wallets like PayPal, where you put money in an account then use that account to buy things
  • a travel agent

You can ask your card provider to use Section 75, but they might say no.

If your card provider won't let you use Section 75, ask for chargeback instead.

Making a Section 75 claim

Tell your card provider you want to make a Section 75 claim. Your card provider is the company that sends you your statements. You can find their contact details on their website. It's best to ask in writing.

If you have a joint credit card, the main card holder should contact the card provider.

When you write to them, you should ask for:

  • the full amount you paid, or the cost of repairing the item if it's faulty

  • money to make up for poor quality, or for the trader misleading you

  • the cost of repairing any damage caused by a faulty item or a service

Example

D'Angelo bought a faulty washing machine and it damaged his floor.

He can get money to repair his floor as well as money to repair or replace the washing machine.

You can use our template letter.

If you're successful, your card provider will refund the money to your credit card.

Making a chargeback claim

Tell your card provider you want to make a chargeback claim. Your card provider is the company that sends you your statements. You can find their contact details on their website. It's best to ask in writing.

Your credit provider might call chargeback something else, for example 'disputed transactions'. If you ask for chargeback they will know what you mean.

When you contact them, you should ask for either:

  • the amount you paid on this card - you won't get anything you paid by any other card or payment method

  • money to make up for the problem – less than the full amount you paid

Example 1

Cassandra bought a dress and a t-shirt using her debit card.

The dress cost £90, the t-shirt cost £30 and the delivery charge was £5 - so the total cost was £125. Cassandra received the dress but didn't get the t-shirt, and the trader won't reply to her email.

She can ask to use chargeback to get back the £30 she paid for the t-shirt.

Example 2

Hercules bought a faulty washing machine for £250.

He paid £50 deposit by card and £200 by cash.

He can ask to use chargeback to get back the £50 he paid by card.

If he bought the washing machine with a credit card, he could instead try using Section 75 - he would probably get back more money.

If you’re successful, your card provider will refund the money to either your card or bank account. 

The trader can challenge your refund, even if you've already had the money back. Your card provider will contact you if there's a challenge. If you can, it's a good idea to keep the money for a few weeks just in case their challenge is successful.

If your claim isn’t successful, you can ask your card provider if they used the ‘appeals process’.

If your claim isn’t successful

If you try to use Section 75 and you don't get your money back, you can ask the Financial Ombudsman Service to look at your case. You still might not get your money back.

If you try to use chargeback and you don't get your money back, you can ask your card provider why. If they say they've appealed to the trader’s bank and the appeal failed, there's nothing else you can do. If they say they won't appeal to the trader’s bank, you can complain to the Financial Ombudsman Service.

The Financial Ombudsman Service is independent. They’ll examine your case from both sides to reach a decision they think is fair. You still might not get your money back.

You can find out how to use the Financial Ombudsman Service.

If you don’t agree with the Financial Ombudsman’s decision

You might be able to ask an 'alternative dispute resolution' (ADR) scheme to help. 

You can check if the trader is a member of an ADR scheme - or you can ask them. If they're not a member of an ADR scheme, ask if they're willing to use one.

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