Kentucky Fried Chickenebt food card

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I visited the above KFC to use my EBT card The store had a huge sign on the ordering desk stating that they accepted it
After I ordered they stated that that would only take my cash part and did not accept the payment from the credit part I use my cash for personal items so a friend paid for me with cash On the receipt they showed payment as AMEX with no number We wondered if the owner is allowed to do this I have never had this problem before it was quite embarrassing Please check this out to help other people also

The KFC receipt reads: KAZI FOODS Store # H730-114 6421 Yok Blvd.,
I BRST ML ORIGINAL 5:59
1BISC
1S-SLAW
1S-CUT CORN
2 1 PC BRSTGRILL 4:98
TXTL :92
TOTAL 11:49
CRUZ 20:00 #12 Jun 18 12 REG0001

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  • Ma
    MauiAL51 Jun 19, 2012

    As far as I know foods that are made to be eaten on the premises are not allowed on EBT cards. This would include any fast-food place even if you are taking it home.

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  • Ma
    MauiAL51 Jun 19, 2012

    I did not know that. Here in Hawaii it is not allowed.

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  • Im
    Imcindy79 Aug 28, 2012
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    It is that you can use your cash benefit there but not your food benefit aka snap benefit because food stamps don't allow hot prepared food.
    A&W and other fast food do the same as a convenience to you so you don't get a fee for using the ATM too many times in one month. If you read the papers they gave you when you received EBT and listened to your worker you would already know this.

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  • mollyemt Aug 28, 2012

    the receipt states that there was TWO meals purchased and "your friend" had to pay some cash for you. looks like my taxpayer dollars are treating you and your friend to a free lunch. get a job

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