Firefox, Instacart, and SNAP - which is the weak link?
Very suddenly, I cannot buy groceries through Instacart with SNAP. Everyone wants me to use some other browser, but I really don't want to do that. I'm using macOS 10.15… (tuilleadh eolais)
Very suddenly, I cannot buy groceries through Instacart with SNAP. Everyone wants me to use some other browser, but I really don't want to do that.
I'm using macOS 10.15.7 (Catalina) and Firefox for Mac 94.0.2 .
Whenever I go through the regular checkout process, when I click on "Place Order," I get the attached error message.
I cannot tell you how many times I've readded that number; I can't have been wrong on all of them. Yes, there's enough money on the card. I've tried (suggestion of their "support theater" people) deleting the card, logging out of Instacart, quitting Firefox, restarting Firefox (which I did twice to be sure), and adding the EBT number back in.
I even tried my sister's number, to see if it would go through. Same result.
Once I saw a brief flash of something like "Connect to EBT" before getting the error message, but only once.
I have ordered groceries through Firefox for Mac with SNAP on this computer before. Both SNAP and Instacart deny responsibility and tell me to use Safari (which I loathe).
Does anyone have any ideas? If it works in Safari, what's different about Firefox that's stopping it?
Please, grocery delivery is not a luxury for my sister and me. We literally (I was a copyeditor, so I do mean literally) cannot get to the store ourselves. I absolutely must be able to place SNAP orders via Instacart.