Checks by Phone Check Printing software allows you to take check information from your customer, enter it, print a check, and deposit it the same day to your Bank. Impulse sales will no longer be lost because your customer doesn't have a credit card! No more waiting for the 'Checks in the Mail Routine'!; just say we take Checks by E-Mail, Checks by Phone, and of course Checks by Fax! Great for collections companies and monthly debits for services.
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"Suspicious behavior, won't uninstall - AVOID"
Version: Quick Pay Office Pro 7.06
It did not materialize in demonic form and rip my throat out. Other than that, nothing.
This software is very suspicious, I suspect it is malware, though clumsily packaged.
The install process is highly suspicious and I'm disappointed CNet would allow it on their site. I strongly suspect it is some sort of malware and advise only the stupid to install it - and then smash their computer into bits and send it to a responsible recycling facility.
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