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    Anonymous commented  · 

    please rethink this. there are billions of people and tens of thousands of banks and financial institutions. you cannot cover them all and your csv import doesn't work work on 30% of bank from my experience and cannot be automated. "This feature request is still on our backlog and we will be keeping an eye on this forum to understand the use case for a public bank statements API going forward." glad you will keep an eye on the forum but we already know 100% of people will never be covered by your banks feeds. this is the most voted feature for a reason. your software doesn't work without. Plus, doesn't seem like it requires much work: expose some APIs, beta test with people willing to sign disclaimer, opt-in notice that we own the data imported, and should be good to go. Please reconsider and let the technical people and legal team make it happen!

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    "This feature request is still on our backlog and we will be keeping an eye on this forum to understand the use case for a public bank statements API going forward." what is this? this is the most voted feature so the use case is obvious. there are 7 billion people in the world. you cannot support 100% of financial institutions . your csv import doesn't work on like 30% of the world bank statements. the solution, public statements API for all the bank you don't support (or are you actively trying to block small banks and developing countries via collusion with big banks and the developed world???). plus, you said you were planning this feature like 8 times and never delivered. it's just exposing some api that already exists and putting a big disclaimer and opt in to make sure we own the data . and the CEO is responding to this like he cares about APIs? this is a technical issues. just let the developers do what they want and legal team make it good and customer will be happy. stop trying to micromanage.

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