Eppicard was created when Xerox decided to spin off its business services division in 2016. The company offers digital platforms for businesses and the federal government.
As of 2021, the company had over 31,000 employees working across 22 countries.
Conduent provides business services such as medical billing, patient support, electronic toll payment collection, Medicaid screening, and the Eppicard; a prepaid debit card for processing government benefits such as Social Security payments, welfare, child support, and food stamps or WIC.
In 2018, Georgia Eppicard holders initiated a class action lawsuit stating that Eppicard had no plan and no recourse for cardholders who had been victims of fraud.
In May 2022, residents of Pennsylvania also filed a class action lawsuit claiming that fraud was rampant for those receiving child support payments via Eppicard.
In June 2021, residents of New Mexico received Eppicards with unemployment benefits that they never applied for.
Eppicard maintains a corporate office in Purchase, New York.
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