Quicken costs $99 and up. Check 'quicken.intuit.com'. This is software that is owned by a company by Intuit. Bank don't sell it; they provide access to it at a price.
As a norm, banks will refund monthly access fees up to 2 months. It is in their disclosures. The reason: they say that after a customer reviews their statement, they have 60 days to dispute erroneously charged fees. After that, the customer is agreeing that the fees are valid and will not credit back.
I had a business account at BOA. In order for access to Quicken or Quickbooks, the customer has to click the 'agreement addendum' button before access is allowed and charges to the account begin.
Somewhat of an expensive price to pay for not reviewing your statements.