The indictment alleges the defendants devised a scheme to redeem SNAP benefits for cash paid in amounts less than the amounts charged to the SNAP benefits cards. On multiple occasions between December 2007 and May 2011, according to the indictment, a SNAP benefits card would be presented to an employee of the store, along with a request to redeem the value on the card for cash. Employees would require the customer to purchase a nominal amount of food or non-food items, such as cigarettes, and in one or more card transactions would process the purchase and an additional amount up to the SNAP benefit limit on the card. The indictment alleges approximately 50 percent of the cash value of the transaction over the value of the merchandised purchased would be refunded to the customer and the other 50 percent would be kept by the store. The full value of the transaction would subsequently be deposited by electronic funds transfer into the bank account of AJ’s Kwik Mart. A portion of the excess SNAP benefits purchased would be allocated to various employees of the store, the indictment alleges.
AJ's Fine Foods - Grocery Store in Phoenix - Foursquare
Simply listed as AJ's Fine Foods (Phoenix) on the Website, it is clear that each store has an individual feel. The Camelback/Central (Phoenix) Store layout is simple, head inside, and avoid all the old people dressed in Golf clothing that smell funny and look dead, and turn left. Then proceed past the Salads, Bread and Cheese areas and then turn right. Hey Presto.
Aj Food Store in Fort Worth, TX 76104-3853 | FindTheCompany
AJ’s Kwik Mart is a small convenience store located at 268 South Main Street. It carries small food and convenience items such as soft drinks, chips, candy, canned soups, pastas, prepared sandwiches, and miscellaneous snack items, among other things.
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