Motherfuckers at Chase blow Quicken Credit Card transition

Important: Your last download must be completed on or before June 26th at 7:00 PM ET. Download as close to the June 26th date as possible. Failure to do so may result in missing transactions.

These motherfuckers. I dutifully fire up Quicken and ask it to download and it says, "Sorry, too late!" As I write this it is 8:45 a.m. (PT), or 11:45 am (ET), so there should have been plenty of time to spare.

So I called up the motherfuckers on the phone. I was put through to an online specialist. "Sorry, there's nothing we can do! The programmers started early! But don't worry, we won't lose any of your transactions!"

I said, I see no reason to believe anything you say. And she said, "Well, there's nothing we can do - there's no way to troubleshoot this - that's just the way it is."

In fact, I doubt they will lose any transactions. What are the odds of that? And also, I think it secretly downloaded my transactions anyway, and THEN put up the error message, because it downloaded a transaction from three days ago, and I haven't connected in three days.

What's even dumber is the entire transition plan. They want everyone to download on this day, as close to the deadline as possible - that could be hundreds of thousands or a million people. Next, they have a detailed timeline as to when you must stop using the old card and must start using the new card - like I'll remember that.

Finally, now, almost all of our cards are with Chase, which is scary. I like a little diversification in my credit services.

Anyway, as George Carlin might have said: motherfuckers.
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