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I have the same to access many accounts, but that doesn't seem to be working with accounts I access through Quicken. According to a Q users forum, this happens to others, but some are reporting that they get the request for 'code' within Quicken. I don't get that.

Seems stupid that Chase would make customers jump through hoops to pay their bill -- to access info yes. You don't need a code to use the card at a merchant.

I'll keep plugging away. If the card didn't pay such high rewards I'd quit using it.

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