If you received a 10 day notice from the USDA, then, you need to read this:
At some point, the USDA started monitoring your business for SNAP Trafficking. Yes, it sounds very serious and accusatory, but that leads to the next problem. They noticed that some of your transactions were abnormal.
A charge letter, pursuant to 7 C.F.R. §278.6(b), sets forth the violations of SNAP the FNS alleges your firm committed and provides evidence supporting those allegations, such as Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) transaction records. A store is entitled to respond to these allegations within ten (10) days of receipt of the charge letter before the FNS can make a final determination. This ten-day period is crucial in the defense against a SNAP violation.