It actually depends on if your payment date fall s on a Saturday ,Sunday or holiday .If it falls on a Sat Or Sun for the first it will post on Friday 12 AM or the third on Sunday it also will post on Friday 12 Am if the third is Monday it will be at 12 Am on that Monday .I know it sounds confusing .I have had the card for years how they do it .I am also in a hurricane prone area sometimes it depends on if we are in the warning area and if it is on the weekend when it posts usually if they are close together it will post a little earlier especially if a mandatory evacuation is in effect usually a day or two if they all are close say you have a hurricane due to hit on the first on a weekend it might be Weds or Thurs at 12 AM when it posts giving you time to have the means to be able to evacuate in time.Hurricane Katrina is a lot of the reason they went to cards instead of paper checks among other reasons so yes sometimes you money does post early depends on the fall date on your benefits I hope this clears this up .You also cannnot have any money added to the card refunds yes but say a loan nope .I think this is to halt payday loans and others who take advantage of low income people.Be warned it takes forever to settle a dispute sometimes months.I am not exaggerating here ,tons of paperwork has to be mailed out and sent back in for an investigation on their part .It takes forever to get someone on the line .They are good at shutting it down due to suspiscious activity though and will inform you on the portal and by email to contact them by phone which is good .It usually doesn’t take too long to clear that up .It is a good card and yes you do get your money early on certain dates like those stated above .I hope this helps .I have had this card since it came out it is pretty good for your benefits
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