How do I turn of email notification regarding credit card deposits to my checking account?


Thanks for taking the time to post here in the Community, spanselco

I’ll help you stop the email notifications for your credit card deposits.

Turning off the email reminders needs changing or removing the email address so you can’t receive them. Let me show you how:

  1. Log in to your QuickBooks Payments account.
  2. Go to the Profile tab.
  3. Select Email Notifications.
  4. Change the email address to a dummy account. You can also remove it.

If your customer is set up with recurring payments and you’ll need to turn off the email notifications, you can check out this helpful article:

Since you’re using QuickBooks Payments in Point of Sale (POS), you can freely browse these useful topics through this link:

That should get you in the right direction, spanselco. Stay in touch with me if you have other concerns. I’m always here to help. Have a great day!

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