Why Can’t I Use MY SNAP/EBT Benefits To Restock My Store?

Some store owners didn’t understand! SNAP or EBT cards are exclusively used for families who don’t have normal jobs such as going to any place to work, have children, or in some cases… disabled citizens. Tipically, you only use SNAP benefits to purchase food, and that’s one main founction. A store owner can accept SNAP benefits when he/she sells food at his/her store. However; if a store owner also receives SNAP… due to disability like blindness, deafness, or any forms of disability; he/she can’t use her benefits to restock his/her store. Not just using your EBT card to restock your store is a bad idea, it’s also illegal and fraudulent!

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Why Prices Of These Items Go Up At A Local Store?

That’s right!! Shoplifters has been causing our stores to raise prices to recover from losses caused by shoplifters. This is common for most store owners, and large store chains like Walmart, Target, Kmart, and other stores what you go to on your shopping trip. If you were used to affordable pricing years ago, you have to spend more to help a store recover from these affects caused by shoplifting. Most shoplifters often take merchandise without paying. Most shoplifters can be a group of people, or 1 person. You heard of a news about shoplifters who were being banned from stores. Even a blind store owner who runs a good store can be affected by shoplifters.

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Store Owners and the Pocketing Problem

Months ago, I was at a store next to the gas station, or included with a gas station, getting me a drink, and a pastry. What I realized… I heard of a raccoon boy who took the merchandise from a store where i was buying goods for myself.

However; the store owner didn’t know about items stolen from a store,–until we returned from Nicodemus, KS after a church session. However, the raccoon boy has to confess about taking items without paying to a store owner, or manager. This is one example of shoplifting. If you were caring for an abused child, or adopting a child, you have to check if he/she has been abused. Abuse is the known source where shoplifting has been linked from. That’s why many of our kids weren’t raised without violence (includes spanking and other corporal punishment). Although; the raccoon boy has pocketed the merchandise, and the big lion has to get these items returned to this store.

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