unusually large amount not accepted


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Andy Franklin

I ran into what appear to be a bug in Money 2002. I'm
wondering if anyone else has seen this problem. I entered
a new recurring bill (under Biils & Deposits) with an
estimated amount of X. I then went to pay the bill online
and changed the amount for this payment to about 1.4*X
(which was a 5 digit number of $). When I went to submit
the payment, I got a dialog box saying that the amount
was unusually large; did I want to continue. When I
clicked 'yes', it simply returned me to the payment form.
I could not get it to pay the bill for the desired amount
from the Bills & Deposit page.

I then went to the account page and entered a new
transaction to pay the bill with the desired amount and
was able to submit the payment without any problem. It
appears that you can not pay a large bill from the Bills
& Deposit page.

Any ideas about this one?

Thanks.
 
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Bonnie Synhorst - MVP

Andy Franklin said:
I ran into what appear to be a bug in Money 2002. I'm
wondering if anyone else has seen this problem. I entered
a new recurring bill (under Biils & Deposits) with an
estimated amount of X. I then went to pay the bill online
and changed the amount for this payment to about 1.4*X
(which was a 5 digit number of $). When I went to submit
the payment, I got a dialog box saying that the amount
was unusually large; did I want to continue. When I
clicked 'yes', it simply returned me to the payment form.
I could not get it to pay the bill for the desired amount
from the Bills & Deposit page.

I then went to the account page and entered a new
transaction to pay the bill with the desired amount and
was able to submit the payment without any problem. It
appears that you can not pay a large bill from the Bills
& Deposit page.

Any ideas about this one?

Thanks.
 
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Bonnie Synhorst - MVP

Sorry for the first blank post---must be too early. What I was going to say
is, are you sure that it said do you want to continue? I've found myself
clicking yes many times thinking it said do you want to continue, then when
I actually read the message, I realize that I've actually clicked yes to 'do
you want to change'. Since I don't have any 5 figure bills to pay, I'm not
going to test this one out, but if you do have the issue again, take some
screenshots and contact support.
 

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