"We actively manage any tradeoffs needed to ensure this."Both Quicken and Mint are owned by Intuit Inc., a California-based maker of software for entrepreneurs and small businesses.
The company recently partnered with On Deck Capital to launch a small business lending vertical — something that would compete with big Wall Street banks.
The service seems to have been restored, but the restrictions described are similar to steps taken by other lenders.
The Wall Street Journal reported last week that JPMorgan and Wells Fargo were "throttling" data feeds to Mint, which lets its customers monitor several investment and and savings accounts on one screen.
Several small business owners told Business Insider that they had trouble accessing the data through Quicken, during a period in late October.
Richard Dym, a California-based tech consultant, said the problems began about three weeks ago.
I upgraded to Quicken 2017 Deluxe some time around August and I'm just not very impressed. Simple tasks that use to be easy are now more complicated.
is a TV documentary written and presented by the BBC's Louis Theroux about the family at the heart of the Westboro Baptist Church.Especially when trying to do something as easy as reconciling accounts. It will make me think twice about upgrading again to Quicken if/when that time comes.Some of Bank of America's customers say the lender restricted their account access through programs like Quicken and Mint last month.There may be a .95 monthly charge for this convenience for consumer customers.But the fee is waived for me because I have monthly direct deposit.Within the last several days, Dym said, Quicken sent him correspondence stating that it would once again begin downloading data through Bank of America.