This product is a JOKE! If you prefer not to deal with daily headaches and a support team from HELL, purchase a different product! No one speaks english or knows anything

After being on the phone for over an hour the representative couldn't find a solution to my problem so she just dropped my call! After calling the support number back I got a representative that barely spoke English and started running me through ALL of the questions I just answered, when I asked to speak with a supervisor the representative actually YELLED at me and told me she would TRY to find one, and then dropped my call AGAIN! This is ABSOLUTELY UNACCEPTABLE! 

To top it off - we are paying this "business" a considerable amount each month with all of the different clients we have subscribed to QBO. My advice to the reader - GO ANYWHERE ELSE IF YOU CAN - THIS APPLICATION IS RIDICULOUS, OVER PRICED, AND A RIP OFF!

The support team is ABSOLUTELY PATHETIC! Can't even believe that this is considered a legitimate business! VERY DISAPPOINTED CUSTOMER!!!! 

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