Gramps wrote:How do you find who processes my credit card payment?
Dear Ms. Carlini:
I have been a user of Turbo Tax for several years now, and had recommended it to others.
Due to Intuit's recent unconscionable behavior towards Gunsite, I will no longer either use or recommend it or your other products.
Your actions in reversing card payments owed to Gunsite for goods and services already delivered were not just unethical, they were potentially criminal. If ANY customer failed to pay for goods or services received because of your actions, that would constitute facilitation of theft by fraud. To be honest no reasonably intelligent adult could ever believe that that was not by design.
Based on your actions in this manner, I'm horrified to realize that I entrusted you and your products with my personal financial and even worse, my personal identification information such as my SSAN. Any business which would do what Intuit did simply can't be trusted with such sensitive information, and anyone would simply be a fool to do so. I am not a fool.
Therefore, I will be uninstalling your product(s) and seeking alternatives, as well as strongly discouraging my business contacts and friends from doing business with you.
You have brought shame upon yourselves and your brand. I certainly hope that the financial and legal consequences give you pause as they certainly should.
schmieg wrote:Quicken is no longer an Intuit product. I don't know if there is still any ties between the two companies though.
I don’t like it, but I thought this whole “businesses denying customers service for lifestyle choices” thing had been settled already? I must’ve misunderstood.
One more reason to keep your business local, as local banks are usually more flexible. The way I see it, there is a lot of competition in their business, and they’ll get punished for political statements being forced on customers. If company A says no more guns on our credit card, company B will offer special financing at Cabela’s, company C will offer cash back for gun purchases, and company D will offer special NRA rates. There’s always someone willing to take advantage of a business turning away it’s own customers.
As a gun shop owner, I can tell you something interesting, there are companies that have found its very rewarding to support gun owners. I get very competitive rates with my credit card processors because I am a gun shop, and they know gun owners will reward people that support them.
SMMAssociates wrote:IAC, now I have two reasons to find something else....
Any suggestions guys?
SMMAssociates wrote:Speaking of Quicken....
I had to buy a new copy for Windows10 when the #1 PC here croaked, and the spare was Win10 anyway....
Quicken seems to randomly drop transactions (from the Check Register), alter their contents, and otherwise act nuts.
I've been using Quicken since about 1978 (DOS version), and switched to Windows a few years later. (The DOS version was a LOT easier to use, but the Windows version printed things better.) Added QuickBooks quite a while later.
IAC, now I have two reasons to find something else....
Any suggestions guys?
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