Have not been able to do a credit card transaction

Payment Account Token to Expire


Thanks for sharing the error message you've got, lynne.pearson48.

I want to make sure you can process credit card transactions in QuickBooks Point of Sale (POS).

We can fix this issue by refreshing your Intuit Payments credentials on all of your workstations. Simply sign out and sign back in on your Intuit Payments Account.

Let me show you how:

To sign out:

  1. Select File at the top.
  2. Choose Set Up interview, then select the Payments tab.
  3. Click Sign Out, then select No in the Would you like to accept credit and debits? section (see screenshot below).
  4. Click Done.

To sign in:

  1. Select File at the top.
  2. Choose Set Up interview, then select the Payments tab.
  3. Click Sign in, then select Yes in the Would you like to accept credit and debits? section.
  4. Click Done.

These steps should help fix the error when processing credit card transactions. Feel free let me know if there's anything else I can help you in QuickBooks POS. Have a lovely day.

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