How to resolve error 108?

I keep getting error 108 and QB can't download my bank transactions. I have gone to my bank website and cleared all messages, but still nothing from QB.

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Hi there, wade.n.faulkner,

Thank you for bringing this to our attention. Let me get the help that you need to fix Banking Error 108 that you have encountered in QuickBooks Online.

This Error 108 means that there's a message on your bank or financial institution's (FI) website that requires an immediate response from you.

To resolve this, you'll have to sign into your bank's website and either dismiss or act on all notifications. However, if you don’t see a notification, you may need to disable your pop-up blocker.

Once you acknowledge all messages, return to QuickBooks and update your banking page.

Since you already have done the troubleshooting steps above and the challenges that you have encountered still persists, this time I suggest you contact our Customer Care Support for them to check your account.

For future reference, I’m including a helpful article about how to Fix online banking errors in QuickBooks Online: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1145508.

Feel free to reach back out if you need further assistance in connecting your bank account in QuickBooks Online. I’m always here to help.


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