It is not user friendly. If the payer is a company/business it does not have a first and last name. In company name you have the name of te
It is not user friendly. If the payor is a company/business it does not have a first and last name. While arranging online payment In company name you already have the name of the payor. I thought in that box we would type the name of the company who is making the payment when payment is made by a business, rather than an individual.
Caryl Smith commented
If making payment with business account, don't ask for first & last name. Ask for business name.
IF paying as an individual Field Rep. rather than that Rep's Company OR for a the benefit of a Supplier's product that Field Rep is promoting you could at least get the Correct Field Rep's name onto the invoice - it IS on the "chain of custody" document submitted with the sample Rather Than the last Field Rep who made a payment previously.
MOST OF ALL: you want us to sign in to save payment options, However, Quickbooks vs. Intuit sign in will not accept the password-----Even when I call you up, your own employee does not understand why it does not take the password and verify's it is Correct.
WHY NOT ONE PASSWORD FOR QUICKBOOKS AND INTUIT, let us be able to change it in one place for all transactions in all the places. Example Quickbooks, / Intuit / data backup / payroll subscription does not let me sign in once I changed the very original password. UNITY for all would be reasonable
Eliminate the first and last name when it's a Business and a Business Bank Account
Exactly Correct. The company name Should state who's name belongs their; the company paying or the company receiving
We need to GUESS what to put as the first and last name. Ridiculous it has a Business checking/savings option and not a place for Business name.
Very slow to input the numbers you are submitting.