Urgent - Versacheck validation codes

We are beginning our first payroll using QB enhanced payroll service and are using versacheck to print the checks. Each time we print checks, a validation code screen comes up. We have entered their validation code in the license management screen and it has allowed us to print checks until now. Now, we are getting warnings that we only have validation for 165 checks and we are nearing the limit.

We are using our own check paper and don't have additional validation codes. How do we bypass this annoying screen and does this mean that we have to buy a new validation code after every 165 checks?

Urgent because today is processing day and it's saying we only have 15 more prints! HELP!!!!


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I emailed their tech support and was told that the warnings are there because they don't support any check paper except their own. You can bypass the warnings, but it's a very annoying marketing tactic in my opinion

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