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When I imported a bulk transactions into Quickbooks Online

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When I imported a bulk transactions into Quickbooks Online from American Express via CSV it looks like it reversed the spent and received and they got imported incorrectly. I just noticed the mistake and I'm wondering if there's a way to reverse it into the correct category from CC-Credit to CC-Expense? If not how can I delete and start over for just this account?
Submitted: 10 months ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  Mark Taylor replied 10 months ago.

Hi Kevin,

There is no way to delete and import. Do the transactions show up under new transactions?

Customer: replied 10 months ago.
It shows up as a transaction. I can't see an undo function. There are around 3k transactions. Many were classified by pre-set rules. Is there a way to delete these in bulk and start over?
Expert:  Mark Taylor replied 10 months ago.

On the online version there is no way to reverse or delete a download. If the transactions were showing up in the new transaction column it would be possible to move them excluded column. The excluded column would achieve the same result as deleting the transaction. You mentioned that is 3K transactions. Is it possible to sort the excel file and come up with various expenses etc. The other option would be to create a journal entry to reverse the transactions that were imported in CSV file.

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