I need help in fixing error code 1000 status 142020

We use QB POS and QB Desktop Premier.  When we do end of day in POS, I keep getting this error code/message:  Status Code 1000:  There has been an internal error when processing the request: 140202 Error occured while changing vendor "" in QuickBooks.    I then get the messages that possibly the vendor name contains a comma or I have an online banking session open.      I've checked both POS and QB, the vendor name does not contain commas and I don't have online banking sessions open.   Can anyone give me advice on how to fix this?  


Thanks in advance - 


Hi there alanabode,

I appreciated you for letting me know and I also love to get further about this error you encounter. However, since we’re unable to check your account, I suggest getting in touch with our phone support representative to further check what’s causing the error code 1000.

To get in touch with out specialist:

  1. Follow this link: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/point-of-sale/customer-resource-center/support/
  2. Get the number under Desktop Point of Sale Technical Support.

Please let me know how it works. I’d love to ensure that your concern is resolved. Have a good day!

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