Maddy on 14 Nov, 2019 02:19 PM
Thank you for contacting Moneydance support.
As unfortunately, Apple Card does not support third party integration services, at this time, it's not possible to download transactions.
If they begin to support third party integration services, at any point, we'd be happy to make it happen.
Please let me know if you have further questions or need any assistance.
Can you contact me at hleofxquotes at gmail dot com?
I have a small tool/code that I am using that I can share. If others are interested, please send email.
The tool/code is not ready for general use yet. I can parse/read payments, transactions but not interest. I don't have sample of how the "Interest Charged" table look like. So if you have a statement with "Interest Charged" and are willing to share (just that page), will be appreciated.
Sean Reilly on 02 Dec, 2019 02:02 PM
I should mention that hleofxquotes' program is not affiliated with Moneydance so we can't be responsible for it, but it does seem to be the only way (currently) to pull transaction data out of Apple Card statements.
Noted Sean - but I am curious if you guys have at least tried it out?
In particular, since I would expect you guys have much more expertise at this question than me - do you agree it generates a valid OFX file that MoneyDance should handle without problems when I import it? I've reviewed the text of the file and compared it to other OFX files I have locally, and everything looked reasonable. But as I said, I'm no expert on the underlying standards for creating those files.
(Let me know if you want/need official PDF's from Apple for testing.)
Sean Reilly on 03 Dec, 2019 09:23 AM
I haven't tried it out, but I do believe that hleofxquotes is a very capable developer and I would think that the OFX would be valid. I also try to make Moneydance be as lenient as possible, because even some of the biggest banks produce some really awful OFX. I'd guess that hleofxquotes' output is probably better than most :)
I personally avoid installing outside code as much as possbile because if we do end up adding the same or similar capability in Moneydance then our work should be done completely independently.