My Barclays Bank Credit Card

In my Quicken 2010, I can not download transactions for my  Barclays credit card.   I have changed to make sure it is set correct.    Quicken 2010 does log into the Barclay Bank account but it is unable to process it with any data.  I can log in correctly with my credit card's on-line web site with the same username and password.  Called Barclay  Bank and they do supoport Quicken 2010.  Please advise what I can try.  I can send you a screen of the error in Quicken that basically says:  login information is incorrect.  Thank you.  John Kuzmich, Jr.


I don't have a definite answer, but I too cannot use One-step update with my Barclay's card account.  I CAN download transactions from the account, however.  After I investigated, I found that when I  set up Quicken 2010 for One-Step, Barclay's had sent something that replaced my account number (shown in the Quicken account details page) with the words "Credit Card".  By deactivating One-Step and manually editing the account number, I could revert to the original state, where I could initiate downloads from the Barclays site.
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