Intuit Invoice Payment Options

Hi all -
My current release of QB has the option of allowing clients to pay via online transmission to Intuit (which deducts $0.50?) then on to my bank.
I have unchecked the box on most invoices, since I don't want this service, but of course I miss some. I have (several times!) changed my preferences to turn this option off without success.
Ideas? Peter Secor CFO SkinCare Fundamentals snipped-for-privacy@skincarefun.com 888-388-7546
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foldem wrote:

Changing your preferences to turn this option off should be enough.
What Service release is your program using (hit ctrl+1) to see the release number at the top of the screen. The current release is R5. I believe they fixed this issue with the latest release.
You can also edit your invoice template (lists>>templates). On the Footer tab under additional customization there is now a box to enable the Intuit PaymentNetwork link in your invoices.
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On 5/4/11 11:24 AM, foldem wrote:

Why would you even dare to think Intuit would permit this? They want every penny they can get! If you forget they make money.
The only way to disable forever is to not use an intuit service to deliver the invoice. Instead of having Intuit e-mail it, print it to a .pdf and use your e-mail client to send it.
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