WFB isn't updating for 7 days. Error code 105. I can connect outside of QBO just fine. What seems to be the issue for 7 days?

I try to update my sign in info and the it say the bank is down for maintanence but then I go right to Chrome and I can log in there just fine.

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Hey there, susan.

Let me help ensure you’re able to post the bank transactions to QBO.

As of the moment, we have an ongoing issue with Wells Fargo in which users are getting error 105. Our Online Banking Team is now working with your bank to resolve this issue for you. For now, I suggest to manually bring in transactions via WebConnect.

Let’s download transaction by logging into your bank, then save files as CSV, OFX, QFX, or QBO to your computer.

Then, log into QBO and upload file:

  1. Click Banking from the left menu.
  2. Under the Update drop-down arrow, choose File Upload.
  3. Click Browse and choose the appropriate file then click Next.
  4. From the QuickBooks Account drop-down, choose the appropriate bank or credit card account then click Next.
  5. Map the statement fields according to your bank’s format then click Next.
  6. Put a check mark on the transactions to import then click Next.
  7. Click Yes on the notification asking if you want to import now.
  8. Click Let’s go when you get the Import Completed window.

You will now be routed to the Downloaded Transactions window where the imported transactions will appear under the For Review tab.

Also, I suggest contacting our Support Team if you want to receive an update regarding the issue, so they can add your account to the investigation.

I've added an article related to manual upload of files on how to upload more than 90 days of bank transactions in QuickBooks Online as your guide.

Feel free to post again if you have any other concerns. Thank you and have a magnificent week ahead.

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