Dr Quick Books Inc
13 years in business2304 NE 89th St
Seattle, WA 98115-3372
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Type of EntityCorporation
- Mr. Keith Gormezano, President
- Retail Stores
- Bookkeeping Services
- Computer Hardware
- Computer Training
- Payroll Services
- Continuing Education
Products & ServicesAccounting, bookkeeping, computer software training. Quicken & QuickBooks (PC, Mac, Point of Sale, Online version, & Enterprise) set up, review, help, support, trouble shooting, problem solving, classes, training on site. Company sells Intuit product
Service AreaThis company serves the Greater Seattle, WA area.
Licensing, Bonding or RegistrationThis business is in an industry that may require professional licensing, bonding or registration. BBB encourages you to check with the appropriate agency to be certain any requirements are currently being met.
Methods of Payment
- Cash, Check, Barter at Fair Market Value, Credit cards are accepted with an additional surcharge to cover the costs of credit card processing.
Refund & Exchange Policy:
Due to the fact that each person and their computer is unique and has their own unique learning style and ability, no refunds or exchanges are given. This is the same policy as most community colleges.
While I am able to solve about 99% of my client's problems or teach them, there are some that I can't. So I can't make any guarantees.
I can't guarantee that I will be able to fix your problems or teach you if they are due to the built in limits of your accounting, bookkeeping, or financial management software, operating system (for example, current versions of QuickBooks and Quicken work on XP or higher but not Windows 95, 98SE, or 2000), financial institution, how you use third party software or hardware, exceeding the program limits of your program, network configuration, computer hardware such as not having enough RAM to run current versions of your programs, other computer software, or not having any of the previous updates to the latest release, version, or driver or your computer crashes, or expecting the program to do what it isn't designed to do.
I also sometimes can't fix issues when a client is not prepared for me. That means I expect you to have a working computer, keyboard, and mouse, Internet, sit patiently as I explain and take notes, be up to date in your operating system, Microsoft Office if you have it, Intuit software, have current antivirus and malware software, and have sent me a list of what you want to accomplish at least 24 hours before I come out and have any additional agenda items printed for me.
This company offers one-on-one personalized software set up, classes, instruction, lessons, help, support and training in accounting, bookkeeping and financial management software for individuals and small businesses.
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