client files suspended! all 30 of them and its QuickBooks Online updated our Billing information last week BUT HAS ALL OUR &**& Clients Suspended and they cant do anythin

OMG I cant HANDLE QuickBooks Online. I made a huge mistake moving all of our clients there and day after day its like I want to fall over. Its costing me so much money in payroll to have someone deal with QuickBooks fulltime. I had to update my payment info Last week over the phone. They DIDNT UPDATE OUR CLIENTS WHOLESALE ACCOUNTS AND NOW WE ARE MISSING deadlines due MONDAY! 



What is the problem? Are they trying to put us out of business i dont get it? For as much money as we send them every month from ourselves. let alone the products I push each and every day on my clients......I cant afford this. Not only do i need a miracle on Saturday night BUT I WANT A REFUND FROM THE PAST TWO MONTHS OF TORTURE

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I hate QBO!!!! I will never promote such an awful software ! I am not switching all of my clients back to desktop. Check out Qbox !!!!! This third party can sync your clients files without having any issues such as conflicted files.  https://qbox.coraltreetech.com

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