Electronic Payment Card (EPC)

The Electronic Payment Card (EPC) works like your bank debit card and offers an easy, safe and convenient way to access your Unemployment Insurance Benefits. With the EPC, you can access your cash 24 hours a day, 7 days a week through Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) and point-of-sale retailers throughout the state and across the country. 

THIS CARD IS VALID FOR THREE YEARS. YOU MUST KEEP IT FOR CURRENT AND FUTURE PAYMENTS

 
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When Will I Receive My Debit Card?

If you are determined monetarily eligible, you should receive your EPC card by mail within a week after your UI application is processed.

The EPC card is issued directly from Bank of America. You will receive the card and a welcome package which includes various introductory materials (the EPC card and the informational materials are mailed separately).  Your EPC card will be mailed to you in a plain envelope with no markings (such as the bank logo); please be careful not to discard the envelope before removing the card.

Click here to view frequently asked questions about the EPC conversion to Bank of America and to obtain contact information for JP Morgan/Chase Bank (if payments were previously deposited to that debit card and you have a balance).

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