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Lost or Stolen Cards or PINs and Problems with Transactions

Immediately call Customer Service at 1-888-328-6551:
  • If you believe your Oklahoma Access Card has been lost or stolen

  • If you think someone else might have learned your secret PIN

  • If you believe there was an inaccurate transaction made to your account
Contacting Customer Service

Call Customer Service at 1-888-328-6551: if you have a problem with your Oklahoma Access Card or anytime you have questions or need help with your card.
  • Call customer service immediately if your Oklahoma Access Card is lost or stolen or if you believe someone else knows your secret PIN

  • If you forget or want to change your PIN, you must call Customer Service and follow the automated PIN selection instructions

  • If your Oklahoma Access Card is not working or damaged and you need a new one, you must call Customer Service for a new Oklahoma Access Card. Customer Service deactivates your damaged card and orders a new card to be sent to you in the mail.

  • If you can't find your last food purchase receipt with your account balance, you can check your food stamp balance at this Web site,, or Customer Service can give you your balance as well as the last 10 transactions you made.

How do I obtain my food stamp benefits?

Your food stamp benefits are automatically deposited to your Oklahoma Access Card account on the same day of each month you are eligible. You can check with your county office to find out which day you receive your benefits.

How do I use my Oklahoma Access Card to shop?

You can use your Oklahoma Access Card at all grocery stores that display the Oklahoma Access Card sticker. After you have completed your shopping, tell the cashier you are using your Oklahoma Access Card for your food purchases.

Most grocery stores in Oklahoma accept the Oklahoma Access Card. If you make a purchase in another state, look for the Quest logo which means your Oklahoma Access Card will be accepted.

To use your card, you or the cashier swipes your card through the point-of-sale (POS) equipment. The cashier or the register automatically enters the amount of your food purchase. YOU must then enter your secret 4-digit PIN on the machine's PIN pad. Never tell the cashier or anyone else your secret PIN. Never ask the cashier to enter your PIN for you.

The machine prints your receipt with your purchase amount and the amount of food stamp benefits you have left. If you want to purchase any non-food items not eligible under food stamp rules, you must pay for these with cash or another form of payment such as a debit or credit card.

What is a PIN?

  • PIN stands for Personal Identification Number. You must have a 4-digit PIN to use your Oklahoma Access Card.
  • Call Service to select a PIN and activate your card. You will need your:
    - Card number from the front of your Oklahoma Access Card
    - Social Security Number
    - Birth Date
  • Choose a PIN that is easy for you to remember, but hard for someone else to guess or figure out if you lose your card
  • Never tell anyone else, including a grocery store cashier, your secret PIN
  • Never write your PIN on your card or card sleeve
  • DO NOT write your PIN on anything you carry with you like your wallet or purse in case it is lost or stolen.

How do I protect my Oklahoma Access Card and food stamp benefits?

  • If your Oklahoma Access Card is lost or stolen call Customer Service immediately. Your benefits will be protected as soon as you report it lost or stolen and a new card with your remaining benefits will be issued to you.
  • When entering your PIN to make a purchase, be sure no one else can see what number you are entering. If someone else learns your PIN and uses your card and PIN to use your benefits, your benefits will not be replaced.
  • If you think someone else has learned your PIN, call Customer Service immediately to choose a new PIN. Your Oklahoma Access Card and benefits will not change.
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