How do you turn off people paying through quickbooks self employed?

turn off people paying through quickbooks self employed

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Thanks for posting your question in the Community, samuel.read, I’d be happy to answer your post.

If you're referring to your customers paying their invoices online, then, you have the option to turn off online payment.

Upon creating an invoice, here's what you'll need to do:

  1. Click Invoices in the left navigation menu.
  2. Click on Create invoice button at the upper right hand.
  3. Enter the necessary information.
  4. Go to the Payment method section, then make sure to unmark the Bank Transfer and Credit card.
  5. Click Send invoice.

From there, your customer will no longer have an option to pay the invoice via online payment.

For additional information, I’m attaching a great resource that you can read: What happens when you send an invoice?.

As always, you can visit our Community Help articles for the more “How Do I” steps about QuickBooks Self-Employed.

However, if you mean something else, please feel free to leave a comment below and provide more details. I want to ensure that I’d be able to provide the best resolution for you.

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