Online banking setup

Robert Heller heller at
Fri Nov 20 11:04:26 EST 2009

At Fri, 20 Nov 2009 10:14:54 -0500 Mike Leone <turgon at> wrote:

> brad had this to say:
> > Is this going to be the case for all banks/credit cards?   If quicken is
> > the only option for direct connect aren't there some monopoly issues
> > with that?
> > 
> > I was suspecting that about chase, I can't get to my Chase CC anymore.
> > I don't use the GC/Aqbanking feature (I could never get it to work), & I
> > don't use 'online banking', but I do like to import OFX data from my CC
> > and 401k.  I use and import the OFX.  If I have to go thru all
> > the web browser steps that's going to be a big pain.  Anyone know of a
> > good webscraper that would be good for this?
> Any webscraper will certainly break within a few months, when the 
> website changes (as websites are wont to do - being static in the 
> digital age is a pretty sure way of appearing to be behind the times).

You need an *adaptive* and *adaptable* webscraper...

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