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Quicken 2014 e-mail upgrade offer?

I received a quicken upgrade offer for 50% off via e-mail.

URLs in e-mail looks as if it is from Quicken, but wanted to be sure this is an official promotion and not a Phishing attempt.

(Would be nice to see special offers when logged on to my quicken account)...

Anyone else see this promo and purchase successfully?

(I'm currently on Quicken 2012)

- martin
  • If you had shown the urls in the email, someone might have been able to tell you something.
  • Email originates from: Quicken@e.quicken.intuit.com
    Link beings w/ the same

    Message header:
    Message header (w/ recipient (my) e-mail removed):

    Return-path: <intquik.3386@envfrm.rsys2.com>
    Received: from omp.e.turbotax.intuit.com ([unknown] [12.130.139.190])
     by vms172069.mailsrvcs.net
     (Sun Java(tm) System Messaging Server 7u2-7.02 32bit (built Apr 16 2009))
     with ESMTP id <0MYF00C2T9WFHW31@vms172069.mailsrvcs.net>
    Thu, 26 Dec 2013 10:31:28 -0600 (CST)
    Received: by omp.e.turbotax.intuit.com id hnhcu01607gl for
     < >; Thu, 26 Dec 2013 08:15:19 -0800
    DKIM-Signature: v=1; a=rsa-sha1; c=relaxed/relaxed; s=intuit3;
     d=e.quicken.intuit.com;
     h=MIME-Version:Content-Type:Content-Transfer-Encoding:Date:To:From:Reply-To:Subject:Message-ID;
     i=Quicken@e.quicken.intuit.com; bh=PfGE373vokW7kLiwc4hWGBjRTH0=;
     b=xeSk6DoGKVXAYIVqoLWSDgFZvj7JBx/vHIUYNtNs2RQWb+4L8grMgaO1GchHVRFvibqzpN2zURNc
       7lhoP99TtFYuIAdCHVSAmX/bw1KGcqL357QIK61NNd0eCHY1AF+8eYpal6eRCL2L+Vd1k9f9vUGx
       wQRB3qiswmODBPb3szM=
    DomainKey-Signature: a=rsa-sha1; c=nofws; q=dns; s=intuit3;
     d=e.quicken.intuit.com;
     b=Qsu/68PWcWlqZFImp+tNN9WGArMnJ5HzMTTRxDNPF6Gw5DBux8IhJDtKytKUniGCeHpJKVrYtQHF
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       DIliVip+cj2DvXwEXTI=;
    Date: Thu, 26 Dec 2013 08:15:19 -0800
    From: "Quicken" <Quicken@e.quicken.intuit.com>
    Subject: Save 50% on Quicken 2014 - 5 days only!
    X-Originating-IP: [12.130.139.190]
    To:
    Reply-to: "Quicken" <Quickenemail@e.quicken.intuit.com>
    Message-id: <0.1.1.368.1CF0255AB92AD00.0@omp.e.turbotax.intuit.com>
    MIME-version: 1.0
    Content-type: text/html; CHARSET=US-ASCII
    Content-transfer-encoding: quoted-printable
    X-sgxh1: uHjlpgQimIxNLjpFhgQgLl
    X-rext: 4.interact2.EtaqC_cDaOT5Kl28NDUoOF7S8MHk9Nd1sKUtPHZ975g
    X-cid: intquik.100126752
I believe it is a real Quicken offer.  I just tried it the link and it did take me into Quicken.  When I logged in the order info was present in my cart.  My problem is, even thought the offer is for 50% off, sale price of $37.50, no matter what I do It continues to charge me the full $79.99 price, and does not discount the order.  And, yes, I did go through the email as it said it is necessary.  So, no upgrade for me.
  • Contact Customer Support and get them to sell it to you for the email's advertised price.
    https://quicken.custhelp.com/app/contact/plvl1/94
  • Thanks!  Actually have now been on hold with Intuit for the last 9 minutes, since your reply.  "all representatives are currently busy"  Of course they are.  hahaha
  • 27 minutes on hold. have finally answered and taken my info for email price of $37.50. now back on hold waiting for
    "download link"
  • OK!  42 minutes, but the 2014 Deluxe version has been installed.  Thanks and good luck to anyone else
  • on hold for 37 mins.

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