Earlier this year Morse Gyros started taking EBT and LINK cards as payment.
These types of credit cards were typically redeemed at grocery stores like Jewel, Whole Foods, Trader Joes and Food 4 Less. Recently restaurants, pharmacies, convenience stores, and gas stations have begun accepting food stamps.
EBT is short for electronic benefit transfer which can be used for to buy sundry items and food. SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program - previously known as food stamps) assistance is meted out via Link card (Link is not an acronym). Link works just like an ATM card the user uses a pin (personal identification number) when buying food. The major difference being no sales tax, surcharge or card processing fee can be charged.
Special Note! Please don't be one of those people who say PIN number or ATM machine. If you do you are really saying personal identification number number and automated teller machine machine. Another example HIV virus (human immunodeficiency virus virus).