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Some automatic invoices are paid automatically on credit cards. These payments skipped a month, and doubled up the next. Why did this happen?

 
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Some automatic invoices are paid automatically on credit cards. These payments skipped a month, and doubled up the next. Why did this happen?

 

Hi there, keithb2.

 

Currently, we're having an open investigation about the credit cards being charged twice. Please know that our software engineers actively working to rectify the underlying issue.

 

For now, I'd recommend getting in touch with our Payments Support Team so that you'll be added to our notification list. Rest assured, you'll receive an email notification once get this sorted out. You can connect with us through this link: Contact Payments Support. Please have our representative link your case to this investigation number for faster transaction: INV-50348.

 

I also encourage checking our support hours first to ensure that we address your concerns time.

 

Additionally, here's an article that you can read to know when QuickBooks deposits invoice payments into your bank account: Find out when QuickBooks Payments deposits customer payments.

 

If I can be of any additional assistance, please don't hesitate to insert a comment below. Stay safe and healthy.

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QuickBooks Team

Some automatic invoices are paid automatically on credit cards. These payments skipped a month, and doubled up the next. Why did this happen?

 

Hi there, keithb2.

 

Currently, we're having an open investigation about the credit cards being charged twice. Please know that our software engineers actively working to rectify the underlying issue.

 

For now, I'd recommend getting in touch with our Payments Support Team so that you'll be added to our notification list. Rest assured, you'll receive an email notification once get this sorted out. You can connect with us through this link: Contact Payments Support. Please have our representative link your case to this investigation number for faster transaction: INV-50348.

 

I also encourage checking our support hours first to ensure that we address your concerns time.

 

Additionally, here's an article that you can read to know when QuickBooks deposits invoice payments into your bank account: Find out when QuickBooks Payments deposits customer payments.

 

If I can be of any additional assistance, please don't hesitate to insert a comment below. Stay safe and healthy.

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