Data Lockout Version Twitter Update

edited October 2018 in
In response to a customer, some interesting commentary on the proposed data lockout subscription from the Quicken Twitter mod:

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  • QPWQPW Member
    edited October 2018
    Is that the official Quicken representative?
    " they will move..." doesn't sound like someone speaking for a company.  It sounds like an "outsider".
  • edited May 2017
    QPW said:

    Is that the official Quicken representative?
    " they will move..." doesn't sound like someone speaking for a company.  It sounds like an "outsider".

    I had the same thought -- like an outsource filling in. Plus the Quicken Twitter mod often signs their tweets with "CL"

    In a way, though, it makes the comment more interesting. 
  • splashersplasher SuperUser
    edited May 2017
    QPW said:

    Is that the official Quicken representative?
    " they will move..." doesn't sound like someone speaking for a company.  It sounds like an "outsider".

    Does Twitter support users having the same screenname and avatar like the old QLC sadly allowed? 

    If not, that part appears to be the official rep.
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  • edited May 2017
    QPW said:

    Is that the official Quicken representative?
    " they will move..." doesn't sound like someone speaking for a company.  It sounds like an "outsider".

    That, I don't know, @splasher. It's a good question. But even if Twitter did support screenname/avatar spoofing, it doesn't support address cloning.

    In other words, even if I set up up a Twitter account called "Quicken" and made my avatar a big red Quicken 'Q' just like the real Quicken, I couldn't clone their Twitter address and have tweets sent to the official Twitter address (@Quicken) come to my fake Quicken account instead.

    This exchange between @sleepy_v and @Quicken is in Quicken's official Twitter feed.
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