Process SNAP and eWIC EBT Payments Today
What is SNAP?
SNAP is the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). Also known as food stamps, SNAP is the largest federal nutrition program that provides eligible individuals and families with financial assistance towards food purchases.
How Can I Start Accepting In-Store
Here’s how to get started:
What are EBT Payments?
EBT (Electronic Benefit Transfer) cards allow customers to pay for food and other products through government-funded financial assistance programs.
What is eWIC?
How Can Merchants Upgrade
to eWic Processing?
processing have two options:
A Standalone eWIC terminal
Standalone eWIC terminals can only accept eWIC EBT cards, which means that the transaction cannot be split with any other payment types. Merchants who use the standalone terminal will be funded by the eWIC program. These terminals are provided by official state processors, such as Conduent. See Conduent’s Government Payment Solutions website for more information.
An Integrated POS solution
Integrated eWIC solutions support eWIC processing directly from the merchant’s existing payment processing hardware and software without needing another device. By integrating an eWIC-certified solution with their existing payment system, merchants will be able to accept multiple payment types per transaction via one terminal, and they’ll also experience streamlined bookkeeping, reconciliations, and inventory syncing.
Fidelity’s payment gateway fully supports integrated eWIC processing. Our gateway is compatible with a wide variety of POS systems and payment terminals, enabling eWIC benefit holders to pay with both eWIC and other payment types—like EMV chip card or magnetic stripe—all within one transaction. Our team of developers maintains the Approved Product List (APL) (eWIC’s list of eligible items and their UPC codes), so that your system can stay up-to-date without the hassle.
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