do I report this QB assisted payroll fined me 100$ per paycheck for sending info early & $500 per paycheck for bank and tax penatly threats. not imp. when we get paid

as I told the "in a major hurry" rep it didn't matter when we got paid, he never told me about this illegal grab of funds from our bank account I insist on a refund. ive also been charged over 350$ for enhanced payroll & today another 479$ for god only knows what on my personal CC


Thank you for posting, ["botany2000inc "].

Let me help you check where those charges are coming from.

I suggest verifying with our Payroll Support team what those charges are. They have the tools that can pull-up your account in a safe and secure environment and can explain the fees that you've paid. 

To contact our Support Team, you can check this article for more information: Contact the QuickBooks Desktop Customer Support Team.  

That should get you going. Let me know if there's anything else that I can help you with your account. I'll be more than happy to assist you further. Take care and have a great week. 

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