I need to talk to someone on the Phone.

 Your email to me said this URL would give me the phone number.  Where is it?  What is the phone number where I can reach you and talk to someone?  Pete

I need help to download Quicken 2013 Deluxe which I just purchased and downloaded.  However, my existing Quicken is 2009 Deluxe which I how find out can not be converted without going in a couple of steps.  I wish you had so informed me when I e mailed you and specifically asked if I could convert the 2009 version to 2013 version and you said yes.  Any way we need to talk and I need to do that on the telephone at this point but you are very stingy in giving that out.  Could I have it please so that we can get this resolved.  Thanks. Pete


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the Contact Us - webpage appears to be working as it should when I just tried it on my PC with Internet Explorer.
Please note (and read the popup texts as you select Quicken product and version), you can get support from Intuit only for currently supported versions of Quicken, 2010 or newer.
So, what version of Quicken are you using?
How about posting a separate question here on QLC with details about your issue? Also include your version of Quicken and version of Windows or Mac that you are using.
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