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Your employees, friends, and clients might not have receivedtheir stimulus checks yet. And they may not ever getchecks — instead, they might get a prepaid debit card. The U.S.Department of the Treasury is currently mailing Economic ImpactPayments (EIP) in the form of prepaid debit cards.

However, the Better Business Bureau reports that consumers arecontacting its offices thinking the debit cards are a scam. Although the cards are accompanied by aletter with a Department of Treasury seal, some find the debit cardformat sketchy. But it's for real.

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C.J. Marwitz

C.J. Marwitz is a writer and editor.