Quicken Direct Connect is not available in the new system. Instead, the new system offers Express Web Connect (Windows), Web Connect (Windows), or Quicken Connect (Mac). Please see below for important changes to how your online banking username and password are stored in Quicken.
While most functionality remains the same, Express Web Connect and Quicken Connect do not permit you to make online transfers or to pay bills through Quicken using SLFCU’s bill pay system. To pay bills, you can log in to either the web or mobile version of online banking. Your bill payments will continue to be displayed when downloaded to Quicken.
There may be a delay of up to a week after the upgraded system goes live before you are able to connect to online banking from Quicken.
QUICKEN CONNECTION METHODS
With Express Web Connect and Quicken Connect, Quicken stores your username and password in order to connect automatically with your financial institution accounts. Choosing to share your credentials is at your sole risk.
IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT THIRD PARTY ACCOUNT AGGREGATION SITES
Members are responsible for protecting their home banking credentials. SLFCU strongly recommends you do not share your home banking credentials with any third parties; if you do decide to share, you do so solely at your own risk .
ALTERNATIVES TO AUTOMATIC CONNECTIONS
If you do not wish to provide your online banking credentials to third party sites, you may log in to online banking and download your transactions to a file, which can then be imported into Quicken or other aggregation services.
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