After a direct deposit is transmitted to an employee's financial institution, there is no way to prevent the funds from being credited to the employee's account. You might, however, be able to reverse the direct deposit if you do so within the condition that it is less than 5 days past the settlement date of the transaction you want to reverse. To request a direct deposit reversal, open this link https://intuitcorp.quickbase.com/db/bgdjvzdjc. For other payroll related help visit https://payrollsupportquickbooks.com website.
Click New Request. Fill out the required information and the transaction you want to reverse in the direct deposit reversal form and then click save. Intuit will review your request for accuracy and ensure all reversal transactions you are requesting abide by Automated Clearing House (ACH) rules.
If any transaction is inaccurate or does not abide by Automated Clearing House (ACH) rules, the whole request will be rejected back to you and you will need to fix the transactions indicated in the email. Once you save the changes, they will be notified to review the request again. QuickBooks Support agent from www.quickbookshelp.support may contact you to assist you in more complex situations. Once Intuit has accepted the request, you will receive an email informing you of when the request will be processed and what to expect going forward. For more help on this follow this link: https://customerservicequickbooks.com/quickbooks-payroll-support.