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Download an eCheck authorization form

You can find an eCheck authorization form from QuickBooks and the Merchant Service Center.

Note: You may download a sample authorization form here: http://bit.ly/checkauth

From QuickBooks Desktop

  1. Go to the Help drop-down menu at the top of the software and select QuickBooks Help from the list.
  2. Enter eCheck into the help window's search box.
  3. Select the search result that says eChecks with signed authorization.
  4. There will be three types of forms to choose from (One-time check, recurring Echeck, and Mailed-in Echeck). Select the most appropriate link.
  5. Copy and paste the template to a document creation program (i.e. Microsoft Office, Notepad, or an e-mail) and edit the document specific to the customer, check and transaction.
  6. Have your customer sign this and send it back to you.

From Online Service Center

  1. From the MSC homepage, select the Processing tools drop-down menu and select Accept an eCheck from the list.
  2. Hover your courser to the box labeled "I have signed authorization" but do not click it. A section will drop down below the button with a link that says How do I get signed authorization?User-added image
  3. Select the link. There will be three types of forms to choose from (One-time check, recurring eCheck, and Mailed-in eCheck). Copy and paste the appropriate template to a document creation program (i.e. Microsoft Office, Notepad, or an e-mail) and edit the document specific to the customer, check and transaction.

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