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Fix bank error 323

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If you aren't able to resolve your bank error manually using the steps on this page, check our Bank Feed Status page to see if it's an ongoing issue.

If the error you're experiencing appears on that page, it's an issue on your bank's end that we're aware of and working with them to resolve. You don't need to call support to report or resolve it.

Learn what to do if you see error 323 in QuickBooks Online and QuickBooks Self-Employed.

If you see banking error 323 in QuickBooks Online or QuickBooks Self-Employed, don't worry. It means you connected two accounts with similar names or account numbers, or added the same account twice.

Fix banking error 323

Rename similar accounts

If you have two accounts with the same name, or the last 4 digits of the account numbers are the same, you may get an error.

Sign in to your bank or credit card's website. Rename one of the accounts so each one has a unique name. Then sign back into QuickBooks and connect the accounts again.

Disconnect duplicate accounts

If you added the same account twice, disconnect one of them. This should fix the issue.

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