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Peter Connor Staff November 14, 2015

What do you mean by OFX? We do bank imports and even csv imports?

  1. m.debenjak November 14, 2015
    Hello Peter,
    I notice we are not the only startup working into the wee hours :)
    OFX is a standard file type for the echange of financial data. Our bank only exports statements in a very weird tab-based format and OFX, no CSV. It'd be great if you add OFX support in the future.
    Best Regards,
  2. Peter Connor November 14, 2015
    Hi M.
    Customer is a forgotten element of the startup world. We love our customers. They'll build Bullet to something great.
    We except OST files and CSV for copying from the web site.
    We formatted a template CSV file so we can bypass the bank scam.
    What bank are you with?
  3. m.debenjak November 14, 2015
    Erste Bank / Sparkasse AG in Austria
  4. m.debenjak November 14, 2015
    So not really one of your target audience
  5. Peter Connor November 14, 2015
    That's cool. I'll investigate it on Monday and let you know.
  6. Peter Connor November 14, 2015
    Hi M,
    I've made a quick video for you. You can download an excel file we give you and copy and paste information from the bank website into it.
    People use it for everything, banks, credit cards etc.
    Hope that helps.


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