How to Fix rejected ACH payments or fees in QuickBooks Payments?by Devin Smith Technical Support Expert
In rare circumstances, ACH payment one processes is rejected. If there is any issue getting ACH payments into the bank account, an email is sent. This particular email gives the user a specific code, describes the problem and guides the user through the process. The user can accept ACH bank transfers from customers to pay for invoices and other sales, only if he/she is having QuickBooks payments.
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Steps to Fix rejected ACH payments or fees in QuickBooks Payments
Step 1: Know more about R## codes
The user is recommended to always follow the steps present in the email that has been received earlier. One can also go through the Reject codes in detail, to unleash the meaning and fixes for the same
Step 2: Revert to the email
After trying to fix the R## codes, the user is recommended to revert to the email, along with a bank letter. There are certain must haves for a bank letter, which includes the following:
· Using a bank letterhead is suggested
· Stating that the issue with the account was resolved and also mentioning that the account is open and available for both ACH debits and credits
· Including the case number or merchant account number
· The user is suggested to include the bank account number and the routing number
· Also, the user is suggested to include a telephone number for a bank representative
· Moreover, the user is recommended to ensure that the letter is signed and dated by a bank representative
By now, the user might be successfully able to get rid of the rejected ACH payments or fees issue in QuickBooks payments. However, if the error continues, then in that case it is suggested to speak to ourteam of professionals at 1-844-405-0906, and let our team handle the issue on your behalf.
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