TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/AP) – There’s not much time before the state’s food stamp debit cards expire—28 days to be exact.READ MORE: Made Of 400-Year-Old Cedar, Touring Totem Pole Makes For Unique Ceremony In Palmetto Bay
The replacement cards, however, are set to arrive April 20th and will be automatically mailed to recipients, said the Department of Children and Families.READ MORE: Regulators Get Input On FPL Rate Hike Proposal
The new cards have already been activated and can be used immediately. Existing PIN numbers will remain the same.
Customers who’ve had a change of address since their last application should log into their MyACCESS Account at http://www.myflorida.com/accessflorida and report the change to ensure the card goes to the correct address.MORE NEWS: Authorities Identify Driver, Victims In Fatal Wilton Manors Crash
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