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Tip: Many banks refer to this feature as Web Connect.

If you are outside of the US, they might refer to this as a Bank Transaction Upload.

Last year Microsoft adopters were targeted by a number of shocking scams including receiving cold calls from a self-appointed Microsoft employee and malware that disguises itself as a security update, making you call a fake Microsoft hotline.

Now cyber criminals are using a new scam to target Windows users and this latest trick is especially deceptive.

If you overlap date ranges, you may end up with duplicate transactions, which you will then need to delete or exclude.

If your bank doesn't support automatic downloads to Quick Books Online, but does support exporting bank data, you'll need to manually upload bank files on a regular basis to get your bank transactions into Quick Books Online.Quick Books Online connects to thousands of financial institutions so you can automatically download bank transactions.When you first connect your account Quick Books downloads the last 90 days of transactions.The scam starts by redirecting users to a fake Microsoft website which suggests there's a virus on their PC and prompts them to phone an emergency hotline.The message is used to try and convince users that their computer has been blocked as a reaction to the virus and spyware found on the device.The problem cannot be resolved by reinstalling Microsoft Money, nor by running Microsoft Money in compatibility mode.