can anyone tell me about fund reversal, had customer dispute sale, I provided valid proof of sale accepted by customer debit acceptance, challenged reversal?

I challenged reversal, requested more info as to reason, still have heard nothing back and funds still missing from account

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Hello there, wrfnursery,

Since your concern is sensitive and requires confidential information about your Intuit account, let me route you to the best support available who can verify the status of your request. 

I’d recommend contacting our QuickBooks Point of Sale Team to check as to when will the funds be deposited and how many days will it be processed.

Please know that you're always welcome to post here in the Community if you have other QuickBooks concerns. I'm just around to help.

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