I have a credit sitting in an E-Invoice Customer account which was created by QB's. It's for several customers, how do i apply these credits to the correct customer?

A customer paid an invoice online but used the wrong customer name.  I've already deposited the funds, how do i go back and fix the name for that deposit? It's just showing a credit in the E-Invoice Customer account that was created by QB's.


I found the solution!!!!  
First Under Record Deposits, click the back button to find the deposit with the error. Right click on the deposit and select delete. Next, Customer Center, select the E-Invoice Customer and then open the payment showing and delete it. Then delete the customer "E-Invoice Customer". Now open the Merchant Service Deposits and the payment will show again and under the Add Online Payments tab, You can change the Customer. The normal online payment process works fine. I spent about an hour working with QuickBooks support and figured it out myself while on hold to be transferred back to the Merchant Services support.
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