How to fix the app I created for a web link for emails? followed the steps but get to the end and get an error that says "invalid or non-existent app id" but it's right

I need a web link that I can send in emails...  went through the steps provided by Intuit but get to the last step and get the invalid app id error


Hi there, wallace.burrus,

Since this concern needs the expertise of our Merchant Services Support team. Let me guide you to the right support to ensure that invalid app id error will be fixed.

They have the necessary tools to pull up your account in a secure environment and determine what caused the error.

To reach them, here’s how:

QuickBooks Merchant Services

If you have any additional questions, let me know and I'll answer them for you.   

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