QBO Error Near Unexpected Token
Error Description: Something’s not quite right. Unexpected token < in JSON at position 0
While using QuickBooks Online when the user goes to Banking they get this error and they won’t be able to see any of their items here. It just prompts an error –
“Something’s not quite right. Unexpected token < in JSON at position 0”.
Why Unexpected Token Error Occurred QuickBooks Online
Step 1: One of the causes is that the browser’s overloaded cache affects the QuickBooks data, so before attempting any solution it is recommended to do the basic troubleshooting. You can also try to log in to your account using a different browser (Mozilla, Chrome, Safari, Microsoft Edge, and Internet Explorer). The error may occur because there is too much data saved on your browser which causes the program to not work properly.
How To Fix QBO Token Error At Position 0
Follow these steps:
Step 1: To use QuickBooks on an incognito/private browsing you can just press CTRL + Shift + N for Chrome and CTRL + Shift + P for Mozilla and open QBO here and check if it resolves the issue. If it doesn’t, follow further steps below:
Step 2: Refresh Your QBO App To Fix This Error
In the Windows app, Click Help > Reset App Data – This step will help to clear out the stored program files that impacts or causes issues in the program
Step 3: Reset the App Data
This process helps update the app and make sure it performs as designed. To do this follow the steps below
- Click the Help menu at the top
- Tap on Reset App Data
- Wait for the process to complete, once done you can close the App
- Now Right-click the app > Select Run as Administratorwhile re-opening
If this works it’s fine else uninstalling and reinstalling the QBO application also helps resolve unexpected behavior on mobile devices, and it also ensures updated security settings are downloaded.
Step 4: Uninstall and Reinstall The QBO Application
Once you uninstall and get back to installing and Get the QuickBooks Mac or Windows App section
- Click the Free Download button
- Then click the three vertical dots icon in the upper right-hand corner.
- Click Settings.> go to Settings & Help window, > look for Refresh Data and click on it
- Click Yes when prompted and wait for the process to get completed
- Once done, go back to the Banking page and check if it’s working now
The Last Word!!
If the above steps are not able to resolve the QBO Error Near Unexpected Token Error then you can call ReConcileBooks toll-free +1347-967-4079 and speak to ReConcileBooks expert. They can perform deep analysis and run some tests and troubleshoot the route cause. Our QuickBooks Live Chat Support is open 24/7 to handle all your queries and resolve all QuickBooks Errors.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is an “Unexpected Token” Error in QBO?
How Can I Fix the “Unexpected Token” Error in QBO?
To fix the “Unexpected Token” error in QBO, you can try refreshing the page, clearing cache and cookies, trying a different browser, disabling browser extensions, and/or contacting QBO customer support.
Can I Prevent the “Unexpected Token” Error from Happening in QBO?
While it’s not possible to completely prevent the “Unexpected Token” error from happening in QBO, you can take some preventive measures such as regularly updating your browser and software, clearing your cache and cookies, disabling conflicting browser extensions, and reporting any issues to QBO customer support.