I have used Quicken since 1999 and I admit I did not upgrade
every year but even though I did not purchase a new version every
year Intuit never stopped me from downloading my financial
information. Starting in 2018 I was warned several times that my
current subscription to quicken will expire Jan 1 2019. On the
morning or January 3rd. I attempted to download my financial
information and I was blocked, informing me my subscription has
I have posted my complaints about your current policy of
stopping all financial update to Amazon and I will continue to
post my complaints about your current version of Quicken to other
sites. I am including your response and my response.
Apologies for any confusion on our subscription
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Hope this helps!
~Quicken Customer Care
Dennis Aker 22 hours agoIn reply toan earlier post
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is no help to me. I used Quicken for 20 years to keep a
record of my personal finances private to me on my home
computer. I have tried the additional features you offer
such as syncing to your cloud and accessing my account with
the android app and neither one of those work as advertised.
I spoke to your support team this morning and all they could
say was have a nice day so your support does not care about
support. What I want is a local program that I can keep my
financial data local not on the cloud which prior to 2018
I wanted a simple program to update my financial information and
store it on my personal computer, I don't need your cloud stuff!!
Maybe you should make a Quicken Version for us ancient users. I
will buy it.