Information about Intuit Quicken, QuickBooks or Mint
Action required for American Bank of Texas customers currently using Quicken, QuickBooks or Mint.
Action is required to maintain accurate data in your Quicken / QuickBooks immediately. American Bank of Texas and First United Bank are completing system integration this weekend. Intuit, the maker of Quicken and QuickBooks, recommends that prior to the merger the initial steps covered in the instruction guides linked below take plan no later than 4:00 pm on Thursday, November 10th.
There are several versions of the instruction guide. You should select the appropriate guide based on whether you are using Quicken vs. QuickBooks and Windows vs. Mac.
Customers that do not complete thee steps prior to the suggested date may see discrepancies in data synced with Intuit. The bank will be unable to assist with fixing these errors due to how Intuit is setup. First United Bank and its affiliates do not send our customers computer emails or written correspondence asking for personal information such as your customer account number, password, personal identification number (PIN), or other personal information. Furthermore, First United Bank and its affiliates will not telephone you to request personal or account information.
Select the appropriate instructional guide based on your product and operating system.
- Quicken - Windows PC - Web Connect 2013-16
- Quicken - Windows PC - Express Web Connect 2013-16
- Quicken - Apple Mac OS - Web Connect 2015-16
- Quicken - Apple Mac OS - Web Connect 2007
- Quicken - Apple Mac OS - Express Web Connect 2015-16
- QuickBooks - Windows PC - Web Connect
- QuickBooks - Apple Mac OS - Web Connect
- QuickBooks - Online Edition