This is absolutely absurd! 3 times I have gone back and forth deactivating and activating. For the 3rd time I was able to connect once again, yea!! So I thought.
I went back to my 1/31 backup file which was uneffected by all the problems and start the deactivation from that file like it was the 1st time it was encountered.
I was able to link and download.
Now my accounts are WAY off.
On downloading and reconciling,
Checking had to adjust by 2096.46
Spending Account 1 had to adjust by 3600.54
Spending Account 2 had to adust by 2504.97
to match the downloaded Online balance which appears right.
I only saw one double entry which I void so have no idea where the rest of those figures are coming from.
And the last 2 show balances in the left account list off by close to double what they should be.
I CANNOT TRUST ANY OF THE NUMBERS. I will have to go back to a backup for 2020 Tax numbers since I cant trust this file.
I probably will have to start all over with 2021. [Removed- No Soliciting/Rant]
Richard Lafferty said:
Switching to Web Connect is surely not the way to go, but based on my experience you can get the old/duplicate transactions even if you stick with Direct Connect as I have. I've never changed from Direct Connect.
I'm still getting this error when I click on "Get access ID and PIN". Any thoughts? I'm using windows and on Chrome for my browser. Sorry, forgot to paste the error:
"error_description": "Validation error"
@Chris_QPW, yes that's the error I'm getting. I got the same error with your direct link. Quicken just did an update this morning, so I was hopinng that would fix it, but no joy yet. I'll shutdown and reboot to see if that changes anything.