QB Issue Resolution:

Possibly resolved: First set-up the customer: Sales > Customer > New Customer > Fill it in and select or type ACH under Payments and Billing. Then save and leave the page. Go back into it and you’ll see an option to add the clients banking details. There is a check box that you have their authorization. Take that authorization form, send it to them (likely using a digital signature service) and then you’ll have their banking details to manually add. Once that is done, go back to create a Sales Receipt and it should default to their ACH. When the sales receipts send, it is suppose to automatically charge their account. I haven’t tested the final execution yet, but it seems like it will work.

Resolution for Issue 'How do I set up a ach recurring transactions within quickbooks payments?' available: Yes (Solved).
Source: Intuit Community forum.

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