Strikes Me as Fraudulent.
If you bought a car in 2017, complete with windshield wipers, radio and wheels, but in 2019 you get a notice, that after the end of April, either your wipers will no longer work, or your radio will stop, or your wheels won't rule unless you pay an annual extortion fee you be in court pretty quick.
While I'm not suggesting Quicken users go to court, I can' t imagine why Quicken would think long time users, who may have purchased the product several times over over the years, would agree to have key functionality removed from they product they bought which had the functionality at time of purchase.
Count me out. Time to move on.
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