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EDD Debit Card – EDd – CA.gov
If you need more help, you can speak with a Bank of America Customer Service representative 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by calling one of the following phone numbers:
- Within the United States: 1-866-692-9374
- Outside of the United States: 1-423-262-1650 (Collect)
- TTY: 1-866-656-5913
EDD Debit Card – Contact Us – Bank of America
Telephone: Bank of America EDD Debit Card Cardholder Services … comments. Please include your name, full address and last 10 digits of your card number.
FAQs – EDD Debit Card – CA.gov
To have a replacement card mailed to you, you must contact the Bank of America EDD Debit Card customer service by calling: 1-866-692-9374 (voice)
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why does it keep sending me to a representative when I’m trying to order a replacement card ?
$1200 has been fraudulently withdrawn from my B of A EDD debit account. This might not have been a surprise as I had spent several hours on the phone with B of A days before because I was locked out of the account online (an issue that was never resolved). B of A’s response was to file a claim that will take up to 90 days to reach a “decision”. When reminded that the monies in the account are unemployment funds and that I am currently unemployed, the customer service rep suggested that I have a good rest of my day.
It has been reported that B of A does not want to process EDD cards any longer. Is this type of behavior your way of getting your contract with EDD terminated? Shouldn’t a claim for someone living off from unemployment be treated with a slightly faster sense of urgency?