Has anyone successfully updated a Virgin Money Credit Card?
I have not personally tried to update a Virgin Money card. I do have information for 102 errors with steps for resolving them.
This is the 102 error info:
Note. If you get this error with Key Bank, you'll need to log in to the account from the bank's site and make sure the option to allow third party access is selected (Self Service Tab > Security Center ).
A 102 error usually means that your bank's website is experiencing technical difficulties or undergoing maintenance. Here are some suggestions:
- Check that you can log in to your bank's site through the URL they've provided our online banking service. See KB 6504. http://support.qbo.intuit.com/support/answers.cfm?faq_id=6504
- If you're able to log in successfully, look for a message indicating that something isn't working as it should. Also, make sure that you can see your account summary, account history, and account transactions without a problem.
- If you don't see any indications of a problem or maintenance on your bank or credit card's website, you can try to manually update your account within QuickBooks Online. See KB 6290: http://support.qbo.intuit.com/support/answers.cfm?faq_id=6290
- Wait at least a day before trying again in order to allow the bank time to fix any problems with their servers.
- You can also get this error if your account at the bank or credit card is new. Some new accounts don't work with online banking right away. To see if this is the issue you'll need to contact the bank or credit card company you have this account with.
I hope that will help you determine where the problem is.
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