I've been seeing a few people on social media posting that they've received Visa Debit Cards in the mail, and of course, they were concerned it was a scam. 

In this day and age, you can't be too careful - but, the Asbury Park Press is reporting that the debit cards are from the IRS and contain your stimulus payment. The article explains that the envelope will be marked "Money Network Cardholder Services," and that the back of the debit card has a logo for MetaBank. If you already tossed the card, the article mentions that you can call customer service at 800-240-8100 to receive a replacement for a $7.50 fee.

Of course, if you are having doubts about a Visa debit card you received in the mail, it's never a bad idea to call the customer service number or visit the EIP Card's website to be sure.

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