While attempting to connect to the bank or credit card account, users may come across QuickBooks Error 350 in QuickBooks Online. Users may face the error when they try to acquire bank feeds from the bank account. Another possible cause of the Error may be that QuickBooks is facing difficulties connecting to your banking servers. Visit the section below to acquaint yourself with the possible reasons that may trigger Error 350 in QuickBooks Online. In the section following it, we shall apprise you of what you are looking for - effective methods of troubleshooting the Error.

Common Factors Behind QuickBooks Error 350

Error 350 in QuickBooks Online may be triggered due to several factors. Some of the most common and prominent causes have been listed as follows:

  • QuickBooks is not able to establish connection with the server.

  • QuickBooks Company file containing recent bank transactions getting corrupted.

  • You attempt to connect to the bank server when maintained or updated.

  • As a result of an improper shutdown.

  • The size of the company file exceeds the standard limit.

Walkways for Rectifying QuickBooks Error 350 

There might be several causes that may lead to Error 350 in QuickBooks Online. However, each of these causes has a viable solution. Go through each of the solutions mentioned below to get Error 350 resolved within a few minutes.

Solution 1: Employing Verify and Rebuild Data

  • Head to the File menu.

  • Click on Rebuild data under the Utilities menu.


  • Once the pop-up shows up, hit on OK.

  • Now, choose a location to save the backup of the company files.

  • Select Utilities from the File menu.


  • Run the tool by selecting Verify Data.

  • Allow the tool to scan the file for any data errors.

  • If QB discovers a problem with your company file, select Rebuild Now.