Hi there, @ales-alajbegovic.
To get the QuickBooks bank address or obtain your account or routing number, or PIN, you can follow these steps:
If you're referring to QuickBooks bank physical address, I'd suggest contacting our QuickBooks Payments team. Our agents will be using your details to pull up and review your account further and disclose other information.
For future reference, read through these articles to learn more insights about QuickBooks Cash:
I'm still here if you have additional questions about QuickBooks bank or checking account. You can also share other concerns for QuickBooks Online. Always be delighted to listen and extend a hand.
I followed these steps and do not see a "Account Info" on this page to find the address. I need this address to set up an ACH payment from one of my clients.
Thanks for coming back, brucemurphycampbell.
This option will be available once you set up your QuickBooks Checking account. If you haven't already, sign up for QuickBooks Payments and QuickBooks Checking. If you're approved, you get a QuickBooks Checking account. You'll get your QuickBooks Debit Card in the mail within 7 - 10 business days. Once done, follow the steps below to get the account information:
For QuickBooks bank physical address, we'll need to contact our QuickBooks Payments Team. They'll pull up your account in a secure environment and help you with this one. For more insights, feel free to review this article: Use your QuickBooks Cash account. This also includes some guides on how to put money in and take money out of your account.
In addition, I'll be sharing this resource that incorporates details about the Cash Flow menu including the envelopes, and the Cash Flow planner: Learn more about QuickBooks Cash Accounts.
Would like some assistance with reconciling your bank accounts? Let me know the details and I'll gladly lay down the solutions. Also, if you have other concerns, let me hear you out. You have a good one.
Ridiculous! How hard is it to post the QuickBooks business checking bank address??
I've spent more time with this QuickBooks run around for basic tasks and important business functions like sending and receiving money, I'm starting to wonder if this QB thing is worth it...