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Receiving Cheques - can we do this?

Hello,

 

We work with showrooms in the US, that sell to end clients, and one of them has described to us a process used by another (US) supplier as follows:

 

1. Supplier (us) writes the invoice and then sends the Showroom a request for payment via an email link.

2. Showroom clicks on the link which takes them through to quickbooks and they enter the details from the clients check they have in their hands and it all magically happens..... ie the check is “paid in” electronically. Same process for Credit Card payments.

 

3. They then strike through the physical check so it can’t be used twice and send the checks in a bundle (every month) for our records.

 

Is this a process we can do in UK QBO?

 

Thank you,

 

Alice

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Best answer May 20, 2019

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QuickBooks Team

Receiving Cheques - can we do this?


Hi Acmboland

 

This payment process option is not available in the UK product.

 

Our products are constantly evolving and to assist us with your requirements, and hopefully get them implemented in the future, we encourage you to leave feedback from within the product.

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QuickBooks Team

Receiving Cheques - can we do this?


Hi Acmboland

 

This payment process option is not available in the UK product.

 

Our products are constantly evolving and to assist us with your requirements, and hopefully get them implemented in the future, we encourage you to leave feedback from within the product.

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Receiving Cheques - can we do this?

Hi John,

 

Thanks for getting back to me so quickly.

 

We have a US bank account, does that make any difference?

 

Thanks,

 

Alice

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Receiving Cheques - can we do this?

Hi Alice

 

The facility relates to a US QuickBooks accont and therefore not applicable to the UK product even if you are using a US bank account.