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  • D. Hess - Terrible update to Quicken Product

    I have been using Quicken for many years (since the 90's) and was forced to "upgrade" from 2011 to 2014 product. The product does not import financial transactions well and drops some of the transactions during the import process (they are in the file but Quicken doesn't import them into the accounts). Thus, I spend too much time trying to reconcile my accounts, the job that Quicken is supposed to do...not fun searching through hundreds of transactions to find out which one Quicken didn't import. Also, the customer service model for the product is really bad...they drive you to a forum for solution. Been waiting for 5 months for an answer regarding the missing transaction.

  • Cheryle Taylor - Seemed to be first!

    I started using Thyroid Support Gold for my hyperthyroid 19 year old kitty in January 2014. I did not want to put her on the pills recommended by my vet, as I'd read about the many side effects (including vomitting and wt. loss). She was already losing lots of weight & vomitting; she didn't need to lose more weight, for sure!!

  • Steadyeddie - Avoid and read the fine print in the free offer

    I took this over a month and saw no positive effects (did not loose a lb.) and returned the us-used portions and am having problems getting my money back. Avoid and read the fine print in the free offer.

  • Healing Toolbox - Secret Life of Plants for our gut and digestion; comparison with Paleo & Westin Price diets

    Wow, probably the most significant controversy-magnet, paradigm-shifting book in holistic literature since Food is Your Best Medicine informed us of many things we did not know--and which once said, were intuitively obvious.