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March 30, 2005

Intuit is forcing people to buy Quicken upgrades

Filed under: — brendan @ 03:29 GMT

Intuit is forcing people to buy new copies of their software, even though the existing copies work just fine. You won’t be able to download your statements from your bank, and you won’t be able to get the price history of various equities or bonds.

Lame.


Significant changes are being made to your Quicken software. Please read this to find out what to do.

Dear Brendan Kehoe,

As we notified you several weeks ago, on April 19, 2005 Online Services1 and live technical support2 will be discontinued for Quicken 2001 and 2002 users.

These services include online bill pay; downloading financial data from your bank, credit union, credit card, brokerage, 401(k), or mutual fund accounts; downloading stock quotes, news headlines, and other financial information into Quicken; uploading portfolio information from Quicken to Quicken.com; and access to the investing features on Quicken.com, including portfolio tracking, any watch lists you have created, One-Click Scorecard™, Stock Evaluator, and Mutual Fund Evaluator.

What you can do to maintain Online Services.
To continue using Online Services—and to regain access to live technical support from Intuit representatives—you will need to purchase Quicken 2005. …and here’s how to give us more money… —B

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