ProSeries is full of defect! When asked about the status for Form 114, there is no "Submission ID" yet Proseries asks us to give them Submission ID.

my clients' Form 114 were e-filied 4 or 5 days ago, but ProSeries acknowledgment shows that they were  the same "Sent to FInCEN" without change for 5 days.  Even Proseries Delay report requires the submission ID, but for Form 114, there is no submission ID, and the BSA ID is not obtained until it is finally accepted by FinCEN.

How could ProSeries tell us the status of Form 114?

Services of ProSeries got worse, poorer and poorer, although they increased a huge hike in the prices.  I am going to switch the product.  No more ProSeries.

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