I need to speak with someone. We have 2 separate points of sale and now all charges are coming in to the same account. We need to fix this immediately

I need to speak to someone. Our two points of sale are now only working on one account. This is urgent!


Hello there, gott,

I can see the urgency of getting your issue fixed. Let me route you to the best support available to verify why your charges come only from one of your Point of Sale account.

I'd recommend contacting our QuickBooks Point of Sale Support Team since your concern requires confidential information about your account. They can check your company set up to identify what causes this issue, and can guide you in fixing it.

You can always visit the Community if you have other concerns about your QuickBooks account. I'm always here to help.

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