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I lost my Bank of America credit card ending in 8168, rece'd a new one ending in 2082. B of A changed all the transactions from 8168 to 2082. Quicken does not do that?Why?

I am unable to pull up all the transcations on B of A credit card account ending in 8168 changed over to 2082?


    Because no one (meaning you) has changed the information on the Account Details screen in Quicken.  Quicken has no means to know that it was changed, it is something that takes manual intervention to change.


      Read ALL the posts at the link below... you will find info there that I provided and others provided that will tell you how to get things squared away for you..


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