Citizens Bank Credit Card
The Citizens Bank Credit Card site is down for maintenance.
Try connecting again in a few hours. (105)
This has been an issue for several weeks now, I can log into their website with no problems and can download a report.qfx file and then import it into quickbooks, but the connection fails.
Hi there, dnoblett.
I appreciate you sharing with us the steps you’ve taken to get the most updated banking transactions in QuickBooks Online. Let me share some information about the error you encountered.
The error “The Citizens Bank Credit Card site is down for maintenance. Try connecting again in a few hours. (105)” is a known issue when connecting with QuickBooks Online. Our product team is diligently working with your bank to get a fix on this unexpected behavior as early as possible.
While they’re continuing to work on solving the issue, you can manually bring in transactions using our WebConnect feature. Here’s how:
1. Download your transactions from your bank’s website.
2. Login to your QuickBooks Online account.
3. Click Banking on the left menu.
4. Choose Banking at the top then click File Upload. If you’ve never connected an account, select Upload transactions manually at the bottom of the screen.
5. Select Browse to find and select the file to upload.
6. Select Open and then click Next.
7. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the process.
8. Select Let’s go! (or Finish) to return to the Banking page and begin reviewing your bank transactions and accept them into QuickBooks Online.
For more information, you can check out this article about WebConnect: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/community/Banking-and-bank-feeds/How-to-upload-more-than-90-days-of-ba....
In the meantime, I’d also suggest reaching out to our Customer Care Team to add your account to the list of affected users. This way, you’ll be notified of any updates on the progress of the investigation.
You can find our phone support updated number through this link: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1145770.
Thank you for your patience and understanding. Feel free to reach out to me if you need anything else. I’m always here to help.
Thanks for joining this thread, @EcoFloor.
Yes, there's a resolution you can perform to help download your missing transactions from Citizen Bank to QuickBooks Online (QBO). You can manually update your bank account to help fix banking error 105. Here's how:
If you're receiving other errors, you can check out this useful article to fix them: Fix Online Banking Errors.
Please update me how it goes on your end, @EcoFloor. I want to make sure this online banking issue will be taken care of so you're always welcome to click the Reply button below. Rest assured, the Community will have your back. Take care always!
my citizen accounts had been updating with no issue all year 2019. However ive been trying the last two days with no luck. I received a message saying the team was working on it and would message me once it was fixed. then they messaged me saying it was fixed however when i tried it the problem still exists. now im getting the code 105 but nothing about the team working to fix it. Can you please create a work ticket for the team to get me synced up. Gotta get them taxes ready.
ps my huntington account is updated just perfectly
Hello there, @viprides.
The error 105 means that QuickBooks Online is unable to connect with your financial institution's website at the moment. This error can be usually fixed by running a manual update.
To do that:
If the problem continues after 72 hours, I suggest contacting our Customer Care Team. They have the tools like the remote-viewing session that can help verify the root cause of this issue and can open an investigation ticket if necessary.
To reach them:
You may also visit this link that contains troubleshooting steps about fixing online banking errors in QuickBooks Online for reference.
I'm always up for further assistance, viprides. Just let me know if there's anything else you need. Have a good one!