Ohio E Quickpay Card Login
Tips for Protecting Your e-QuickPay Account and Your Personal Information. Protect your Ohio e-QuickPay card and PIN. Do not give your card to anyone. Do not share your PIN with anyone. Choose a PIN you can remember without having to write it down. Never write your PIN on your e-QuickPay card. Never carry anything with you that has your PIN
e-QuickPay Debit Cards Prior to July 1, 2019, participants who were enrolled in Ohio's debit card program received their payments on the Ohio e-QuickPay Debit MasterCard. Participants who have a balance on their e-QuickPay card should continue to use their card until the balance is zero.
The Ohio state government has decided to provide the Ohio e-QuickPay Cards to the custodial parents. These cards are provided to make the transaction more smooth and quick. The transactions through the Ohio e-QuickPay Cards are supported by the MasterCard ATMs.
The Ohio [email protected] Prepaid Debit Card or Direct Deposit enrollment Complete all the information below and mail to: Ohio CSPC, P.O. Box 182812, Columbus, Ohio 43218-2812 or fax to 614-985-4453 (for Direct Deposit include a copy of a voided check or encoded deposit slip) Personal Information NAME (LAST, FIRST, AND MIDDLE INITIAL)
AND OHIO e-QUICKPAY DEBIT MASTERCARD? millions of lo With Direct Deposit, your paym ents are deposited in your back account. With the Ohio e-QuickPay MasterCard, your payments are accessed by using your e-QuicPay card. Ü WHAT DO I NEED TO DO TO ENROLL ÜIN DIRECT DEPOSIT OR OHIO There are several ways to get cash when e-QUICKPAY?
Attention e-QuickPay Users: Effective June 30, 2019, you will no longer receive payments on the e-QuickPay card. Effective June 30, 2019, you will no longer receive payments on the e-QuickPay card. Starting on July 1, 2019, the Ohio e-QuickPay Debit MasterCard will be discontinued, and a new card will take its place: the smiONE payment card.