New Extension module to import data from not listed Banks

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daniel1982

07 Sep, 2021 11:35 PM

I know Money Dance is focused in security in the bank connection. But in some cases (mine for example) I preffer to have less security and be able to download transactions from my banks and credit cards. So I was thinking maybe the developers can program an extension module for people that don´t live in USA and cant download bank or credit card transactions (I Live in Chile).
It´s an excellent Idea!!
:-D

Thanks in advance.

  1. 1 Posted by Stuart Beesley ... on 08 Sep, 2021 06:37 AM

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    All you need to do is download a qif or ofx file (ofx is preferred) from bank and then double click the file to import into MD (or drag onto MD left sidebar, or file import). I do this in U.K.

    (Not support, just a fellow user)

  2. 2 Posted by daniel1982 on 08 Sep, 2021 09:57 AM

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    Shamefully All my banks in Chile. ( they are big banks) doesn’t give you the option to download that type of file. They give you a pdf file.
    Thanks.

  3. 3 Posted by dtd on 08 Sep, 2021 08:56 PM

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    just a user

    Just a thought - I had a couple banks where I thought you couldn't download in ofx or qif, and then by looking for "Transactions" or "Transaction Activity", I found a download link for, in my case, qfx, which worked as Stuart says.

    That said, I do have one credit card that must be in Chile :) :( as I can find no place to get anything other than stuff that cannot be imported.

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