Hi i'm new to quickbooks just saw recently under my acct number it says approved card volume:5000$ ?can someone explain to me what that means ?

approved card volume - what does it mean ?


Thank you for posting, eandpeliteservic.

Let me provide some information about the approved card volume. 

The approved card volume is the per transaction and the monthly processing limit when using our payment processing services. The $5000 is what we set as your maximum dollar amount per transaction within a specific calendar month. This is based on the Merchant Application that you were provided.

You can check the INTUIT PAYMENTS, MERCHANT AGREEMENT article for more details.

That should get you going. If you have follow-up questions on the information provided, let me know by leaving a comment below. I'm always here to assist. Take care and have a great rest of the day. 

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