When requesting a Customer, use the requestJSON to pass the Customer data, and the response will have responseJSON which stores the Customers response returned by QuickBooks.
The Customer object has the following properties.
If true, this entity is currently enabled for use by QuickBooks
If true, this Customer object is billed with its parent. If false, or null the customer is not to be billed with its parent. This attribute is valid only if this entity is a Job or sub Customer.
Contact/Vendor Company name
Reference to the currency in which all amounts associated with this customer are expressed. Once set, it cannot be changed. It is a type of value_name. check below for value_name fields
The name of the person or organization as displayed. Must be unique across all Customer and Vendor (max length = 255)
Reference to a default tax code associated with this Customer object
Email address of contact/vendor
Family name or the last name of the person
Given name or first name of a person
Unique identifier for this object and ReadOnly field
If true, this is a Job or sub-customer. If false or null, this is a top level customer, not a Job or sub-customer.
Free form text describing the Customer.
Descriptive information about the entity. The MetaData values are set by Data Services and are read only
Mobile phone number
Mobile Number of contact/vendor
A reference to a Customer object that is the immediate parent of the Sub-Customer/Job in the hierarchical Customer:Job list. Required for the create operation if this object is a sub-customer
Type of value_name. check below for value_name fields
Phone number of contact/vendor
Primary phone number
Name of the person or organization as printed on a check
Resale number or some additional info about the customer
To link the Customer with the Salesforce Account
Reference to a SalesTerm associated with this Customer object
Version number of the object, It is used to lock an object for use by one app at a time and ReadOnly field
Title of the person