If you have a Stimulus Debit Card (EIP Debit Card) and would like to check the balance, we will walk you through the process. In this post, we will review the options available to you to check your stimulus debit card balance.
In addition, we will explain how to transfer the funds from your stimulus debit card to your own bank account.
Next, we will walk you through how to replace your stimulus debit card if it is lost or stolen.
Lastly, we will cover the most frequently asked questions about the stimulus debit card.
This post will cover:
- Why did I get a Stimulus Debit Card?
- Why You Should Check Your Card Balance Regularly
- How to Check Stimulus Debit Card Balance
- Transfer Money From Stimulus Card to Bank Account
- How to Replace a Lost or Stolen Card Stimulus Debit Card
Why did I get a Stimulus Debit Card?
You are receiving a stimulus check because the IRS does not have direct deposit information for you.
Another reason may be that your financial institution rejected the stimulus payment from the IRS and returned the money to the IRS.
This could happen because the IRS has the wrong bank account information for you.
It could also be that you have closed that account.
If the account was closed, your payment will be reissued and mailed to the most recent address on file with the IRS.
Additionally, even if you haven’t given the IRS banking information, it’s possible you may still get a direct deposit.
Why You Should Check Your Card Balance Regularly
If you have a Stimulus Debit Card (EIP Debit Card) it is important to keep track of money coming into your account and how much is going out.
This is important, especially if you are using the card to make purchases.
That is why we recommend checking the balance on your Stimulus Debit Card regularly.
You can use this opportunity to also review completed transactions and make note of pending transactions that have not yet cleared.
That way, you know how much money you have in your account that can be used to make purchases or how much you have available to withdraw at an ATM.
In the post below, we will explain the different ways you can check the balance on your card.
If you checked your balance and there is an issue or you have suspicious transactions, we have provided tips below on how to call customer service and speak to a live person.
At the end of the post, we have also provided answers to the most asked questions about the Stimulus Debit Card for your convenience.
How to Check Stimulus Debit Card Balance
There are two options available to you for checking your Stimulus Debit Card balance:
Option 1: Online
The first option is through the Stimulus Debit Card website.
You can get your Stimulus Debit Card balance online by logging into your account.
To visit the Stimulus Debit Card website, click here.
Once there, click on the “LOGIN” link enter your User ID and Password.
If you do not have an online account, you will have to register as a new user
When you log in to check your balance, you can also view past transactions.
Option 2: Call Customer Service
Next, you can also check the balance on your card by calling customer service at 1.800.240.8100.
In order to check your card balance by phone, you will have to enter your card number.
If after checking your Stimulus Debit Card balance, you notice any suspicious or transaction you did not make, here’s what to do:
Call Stimulus Debit Card customer service right away at the number below:
For Customer Service, you can call
Hearing Impaired: 1.800.241.9100
How can I transfer money from my EIP card to my bank account?
There are three ways you can transfer the money on your Stimulus debit card into your bank account.
However, in order to begin, you have to first activate your debit card.
Once your card is activated, you can transfer the funds from your Stimulus Debit Card into your bank account by phone, online, or using the mobile up.
See our detailed, step-by-step post on How to Transfer Money from Stimulus Debit Card to Personal Bank Account for help.
How to Replace a Lost or Stolen Card Stimulus Debit Card
If you have misplaced your EIP Debit Card, you can lock it by logging in online at EIPCard.com to prevent unauthorized transactions or ATM withdrawals while you look for it.
However, if your Card is permanently lost, here’s what you need to do:
First, call Customer Service at 1.800.240.8100 (TTY: 1.800.241.9100) to report your lost or stolen Card immediately.
Your Card will be deactivated to prevent anyone from using it.
Next, a new replacement Card will be ordered.
Your replacement card will be shipped via U.S. mail 7-10 business days after the order is placed.
The replacement card cannot be expedited.
If you need the status of your replacement Stimulus debit card, call customer service at 1.800.240.8100 for an update.
Stimulus Debit Card Balance Summary?
We hope this post on Stimulus Debit Card Balance was helpful.
If you have further questions about Stimulus Checks, Social Security, or Disability benefits, please let us know in the comments section below.
Be sure to check out our other articles on:
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When will Social Security get the Third Stimulus?
What is the Third Stimulus Check Release Date?
Direct Express Stimulus Check Deposit Date
Stimulus Debit Card FAQs