Financial Software Questions? Ask IT Support for Answers ASAP
I was informed by TD bank that they were dropping quicken. They made me drop the accounts and replace them with non-bill pay enabled versions. I tried to set up bill pay on HSBC and it directed me to Quicken Bill Pay, which is a service that charges $9.99 a month and directs money from your account to wherever you send your bills. It is basically a third party (an affiliate of intuit) it appears, and they do what the bank used to do for free.
Maybe Intuit is making banks use there paid service?