When will ACH payments arrive? (Don't give me the typical 2 to 7 days.) When will they really arrive?

When customers would pay by check the checks would arrive in one day (as we work in the same metro area), I'd deposit checks the day they'd arrive, and the money would be in my money the next day (two days after the checks were mailed).  QuickBooks is taking longer than that to deposit ACH transfers in my account.  Why in the world would I use QuickBooks ACH transfers?


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Hello there, eric

Thank you for bringing this to our attention here in the Community.

In QuickBooks Payments, you can reap the benefits of using ACH transfers. These are the following:

  • Reduce processing costs by up to 60%.
  • Increase sales.
  • Receive funds sooner.
  • Decrease errors and fraud.

Since the ACH payments took longer than the typical 2-7 business days, I’d suggest reaching out to our Merchant Services Team. Our specialists can securely review your account and help double-check why it goes beyond the usual ACH processing time. They can also provide you the timeline when these payments will be deposited to your account.

To get their most up-to-date contact information, here’s how:

  1. Go to https://community.intuit.com/browse/payments-contact-us.
  2. Get the phone number for QuickBooks Payments.

Keep in touch with me how the call goes, eric. Feel free to comment below if you have other concerns, I'm glad to help. Have a positive day!

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