Error – Your QuickBooks subscription has lapsed – what is this error and how to fix it?

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Have you been prompted with the QuickBooks error “QuickBooks Subscription Has Lapsed” or “it seems your QuickBooks subscription has lapsed for some reason?” Here is a small guide for you to learn about the error and how to fix it:

What is “it seems your QuickBooks subscription has lapsed for some reason”?

Subscribing to QuickBooks offers the users a temporary license to use the software. QuickBooks often fails to authenticate the subscription prompting the error “QuickBooks Subscription Has Lapsed”. As soon as you get this error you will be unable to use QuickBooks software. 

The error message reads as follows: “Oh no! It seems your QuickBooks subscription has lapsed for some reason. But don’t worry, to restart your subscription please do one of the following.

The error message suggests that you update your credit card information and check your internet connection to fix the error. However, these steps don’t work for all, and additional troubleshooting is required to fix the error. You must first understand some reasons that may cause this error to be displayed.

Although an expired QuickBooks Desktop subscription is the main reason why QuickBooks may prompt you with this lapsed error message but some other reasons may cause this error:

Troubleshooting Steps for QuickBooks Subscription has lapsed error

Here are some steps that will help you fix the QuickBooks lapsed error:

Update Your Credit Card Information in CAMP

QuickBooks requires that the users save their credit card information which it uses to auto-renew their QuickBooks desktop software account after the completion of a year.

For some reason, if you have changed your credit card and you forget to update the new details in QuickBooks then the auto-renew fails and you are prompted with the QuickBooks lapsed error.

You must update your payment information in CAMP, this may fix this error. Here is what you need to do:

This will have fixed the problem. If the error persists you can try the next solution.

Delete the Damaged QuickBooks Entitlement File

The QuickBooks Entitlement Data Store (.ecml) file is where the information about product registration is saved. If for some reason the file is damaged then QuickBooks will be unable to read and verify your subscription to QuickBooks.

If you delete this damaged file then QuickBooks will create a new file and fix the error. Here is what you need to do:

Check if the issue has been fixed. If not, proceed with the next solution.

Install the latest version of QuickBooks Desktop to fix the subscription error

Not having the latest version of QuickBooks can invite a myriad of errors including the QuickBooks has subscription lapsed error. Installing the latest QuickBooks updates can help fix these errors and improve its routine functionalities. Here is how you can update your QuickBooks.

Contact QuickBooks Desktop Error Support

Follow the above steps to resolve the QuickBooks Subscription Has Lapsed Error. In case you need help from a QuickBooks expert. Get connected with elite QuickBooks desktop support experts at +1888-727-4587 for quick error resolution & support.

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