QB Issue Resolution:

@Joyce_P

If the company got scammed for 2500, there is no bad debt, the money is gone.

 

@Ethan Zhou

Create an expense account called fraud expense

 

Since you did not say what the payment was for, you will have to make the decision in the journal entry

debit fraud expense

credit the account that the fraud payment was used for

explain in the memo block

Resolution for Issue 'If my client’s company was got scammed $2,500, how should I record that loss in quickbooks? Thanks!' available: Yes (Solved).
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