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Re: [newtech-1] opinions of

From: Michael S.
Sent on: Monday, January 28, 2008 4:21 PM
On Jan 28, 2008, at 3:34 PM, david wang wrote:

> I tried and i'm not really comfortable with putting all of  
> my financial data online.  i think its a great concept, but trusting  
> a startup with such sensitive data seems a bit of a reach IMHO.  The  
> fact that they also logged into my credit card account automatically  
> when i wasn't logged on creeped me out, so I closed my account.   
> Right now I use quicken and i'm pretty happy with that.  The reports  
> aren't very pretty, but they do enough of a job for me.

Isn't Quicken storing your usernames and password on their machines  

I am a mint user and kind of have the same reservations as others.   
Maybe if mint was a public company where there was some oversight it  
might be more reassuring.


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