Im trying to set up invoices that can be paid online. when I 'set up payments' It says "We're sorry. Since this company has already applied for QuickBooks Payments"


Thank you for checking in with us here in the Intuit Community, mattygan

Let me help you set up invoices to be paid online in Quickbooks Self-Employed.

While there isn't a similar case reported about this setting up invoice online payment, clearing the browser's cache and temporary files can resolve many different issues and is a good place to start whenever a user is seeing unexpected behavior in the product.

I've found a great article that provides steps on how to clear the temporary Internet files/cache.  After which, you can start setting up invoices again.

If this doesn't resolve the issue, I suggest that you directly contact QuickBooks Self-Employed support through this link:

How to Contact QuickBooks Self-Employed Support?

They have the additional tools that will help them investigate and troubleshoot this further.

Let me know if you have more questions.  I'm here to answer them for you.

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