From Mark Systems:
QIF to IIF Converter that will let you automatically convert a Quicken file (QIF) to the QuickBooks format (IIF). Simple two click process and your data is imported into Quickbooks. The Internet banking that is provided by lots of the online banks exports in QIF. If you use QuickBooks, you need to convert the Quicken QIF file to an IIF to be able to read it in Quickbooks. The program supports credit card transactions as well as checks.
What's new in this version:
Version 1.5.28 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
Looks like some users were able to get it working on thier version of QuickBooks.
I downloaded the demo and it worked for five transactions so I thought this was great and paid for the full version. However, once I tried to convert a whole month's worth of transactions, the program had a considerable amount of errors into QuickBooks 13. It took me over an hour to delete all the erroneous transactions. I asked for a refund but vendor refused and accused me of lying about his program to convert my data for free.... Shameful!
BEWARE!!! Vendor will take your money at all costs and will fight to keep it even when the program does not work.
I guess no one says good things so I thought I would. It worked great. I then purchased it and that worked great too. There is a disclaimer that says someone has to verify the purchase, I guess the above reader didn't see that. I got my license information in about 10 minutes.
I found out about this product after searching both the QuickBooks and Microsoft community forums for a way to import my Microsoft Money Small Business files into QuickBooks. Money can only export to .QIF so I needed a converter to get that data into something I could import into QuickBooks. This converter seemed to fit the bill perfectly.
I downloaded the demo to try a test conversion to see how it works first. I completed the download and followed the instructions. When I went to open the file, a window pops up prompting me to:
"Please click on the link below to register this software.
You will receive a demo license via email
after you register."
Sigh, ok fine. So I click the link and it brings me to a page that simply tells me about the software and how to download it. I don't want to download it yet again, I already have downloaded it and just want to use it now. I see nothing about registering.
Also, the window that pops up prompting me to register overlaps over the actual converter and won't let me click on the converter window. If I close or click "OK" on the register window, it simply closes it and the converter completely.
So this has been useless to me and I don't see any reason to purchase the full version when I can't even get as far as registering the demo. At this point, hand typing in each and every product into my new inventory file in QuickBooks seems my only option. :-[ QIF to IFF seems too good to be true.
I paid for the full version 6 hours ago and still have not received the program. I did immediately receive an email saying the program would be emailed to me, but it hasn't arrived yet. Apparently since this is a Saturday I have to wait until Monday for someone to email me the product. Since I had an immediate need for the program, (my accountant was here) it would have been nice if they had stated that before I ordered it.