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SNAP Violation: Retailer’s Response Guide to Trafficking

SNAP Violation: Retailer Response Guide to Trafficking So, you have a SNAP Violation Charge Letter, and hopefully you’ve read Part 1 of this guide.  Now that you understand what the USDA is accusing you of, and what they’re using to accuse you, it’s time to figure out your response. You have a 10% chance to …

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SNAP Trafficking Attorney: Retailer’s Guide

SNAP Trafficking Attorney: Retailer’s Guide Did you get a letter from the USDA charging you with SNAP trafficking?  My name is Andrew Tapp and I am an attorney with Metropolitan Law Group.  My firm and I represent more Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) retailers in the United States than any other firm.  We have built …

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SNAP Disqualification: EBT Retailer Violations

SNAP Disqualification: Avoid Permanent Disqualifications, Six Month Disqualifications and Permanent Authorization Denials.  Our firm is the most experienced SNAP firm in the nation.  We have prevented SNAP disqualifications for convenience stores, small grocers, supermarkets, delivery routes, seafood stores and meat markets. Give your store to best representation available. Call for a Free Consultation Standard Disqualifications …

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SNAP Violation: Permanent SNAP Disqualification Letter

SNAP Violation: Expert SNAP Disqualification Defense A Metropolitan Law Group SNAP Violation Representation Result Reversal of a Permanent Disqualification FOR MORE THAN TWO DECADES, a small grocer in Lexington, Kentucky participated in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) as a retailer.  The store had never had a SNAP disqualification letter before, or so much as …

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SNAP Violation Charge Letters – What Not to Say to the USDA

SNAP Violation Charge Letters A SNAP Violation Charge Letter from the USDA looks simple enough when you receive it from UPS.  There are either specific allegations about a store visit, or a list of categories for “suspicious transactions” your store has run.  In appearance, it isn’t much different from what other state agencies and departments …

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