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Quicken cannot deactivate online services
Last Post 13 Sep 2018 09:58 PM by Techie Gorilla. 0 Replies.
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13 Sep 2018 09:58 PM

    Quicken cannot deactivate online services

    Using Quicken 2016 and I have a red flag next to an account.  When I put the cursor over the flag, it says  "You have1 transaction to review."  There are no transactions to review when I hit the flag. 

    When I try to deactivate or reset online services, I get a similar message:

    Quicken can not edit xxx Card because there are downloaded transactions that must first be accepted into the account register or transaction list.  Finish accepting the downloaded transactions, and then try again.

    I get similar message when I try to close the account:

    You must accept all downloaded transactions before closing this account.  You have downloaded transactions in your account register that need to be accepted.   Click accept all and continue closing this account or click cancel and then review these transaction yourself.   

    Now, it's impacting my other accounts at the institution when I do a one step update I get  a message that the accounts  need to be deactivated and reactivated to allow Quicken to properly get new transactions
    uicken has transformed the financial lives of millions of consumers, and remains the top personal money management software. True to our roots, our team continues to be focused on delighting customers and working hard to make the Quicken product & experience better than ever. We are passionate about our products and are all avid Quicken users. We truly believe in our product and are deeply committed to helping our customers improve their financial lives.

    It all started back in 1982. Scott Cook was watching his wife pay bills and balance the household checkbook at their kitchen table, and saw her frustration with how tedious the process was. He thought there had to be a better, easier, and faster way to manage household finances. And with that, the idea for Quicken was born.

    After conducting extensive interviews with consumers, Scott and his co-founder Tom Proulx developed Quicken, with the goal of simplifying the process of managing finances while using a metaphor (checkbook register) that was familiar to consumers. Quicken 1.0 for DOS launched in 1984; and by 1988, Quicken had become the #1 selling consumer software product.



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