Bye, Bye ReceiptWallet

Today brings to an end my active involvement in ReceiptWallet. As readers of my blog know, Mariner Software bought ReceiptWallet. Today was the official passing of the baton. We initiated the domain transfer that could have taken up to 6 days, but within an hour, was in the hands of Mariner Software. All email, support, sales, etc. is now handled by Mariner. I’m not going away and will be available to Mariner as needed and I hope that they tap into my wealth of knowledge every now and again (I have learned something in the last 2 1/2 years of doing receipt/document management).

Now it’s time for me to close my PayPal account associated with ReceiptWallet, purge stuff off my virtual private server, and do some more housekeeping.

I’m not sure if I’m happy or sad. I have very mixed emotions; ReceiptWallet has been part of my everyday life for a long time now. I’ll no longer be answering support tickets everyday and won’t be getting the “I love your software” email messages. However, I won’t be doing support which will be a big relief. Now I have to figure out what to do with my newly found free time.

3 Replies to “Bye, Bye ReceiptWallet”

  1. You will be missed! Thank you so much for developing such a wonderful software. You have helped me organize my life and enjoy my mac more. Good luck and I hope you the best.

  2. Not sure you still read this blog or any comments. I was a customer of receiptwallet and liked it (except for the report editor). Just go and have a look at how Mariner butchered your product with version 2.
    This is the biggest piece of s… I’ve seen in years of computing. I finally came back to version 1. I think they can start again. Or resell the product to someone competent.

    And Apple has approved the product. So much for quality testing.

    Sorry, I just lost my day and I needed to vent to someone I was sure could understand.

    Take care.

    1. I’m sorry you’re disappointed with Paperless 2.0. I actually did a bulk of the development on it and I’m personally pleased with it. While some things are different, I think it is more efficient for data entry and has a bunch of other features that make it easier to use. If you have specific complaints, contact Mariner as they listen to feedback and are always working to address issues. 

      Also, Apple doesn’t QA products for the AppStore. Have you seen some of the products in there?

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