Announcing Open Banking Support for Capital One

Originally published at: Announcing Open Banking Support for Capital One - Tiller

We’re excited to share that Tiller’s next open banking-enabled financial institution will be Capital One. :tada:

The open banking connection will be available for existing and new Tiller customers beginning September 14, 2021

The two-factor authentication requirements for Capital One customers have been a long-standing frustration. The open banking connection with Capital One will end the requirement for daily re-authentication for Capital One so we’re extremely excited to be able to transition this site to open banking!

Click here to learn more about upgrading your Capital One connection to use open banking.

:warning: Open banking connections are only available for customers who are on the YSL version of our data aggregation service. Read more here.

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this is outstanding news!! i shuddered all but one credit card at Capital One and only use that one sparingly (it pays outrageous cash back) because of the PIA they were on Twitter. it will be so nice to be able to use them again.

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now do bancorpsouth!

Yay! The 2FA has been annoying.

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Always great to hear about new financial institutions being added to the Tiller community.

Will PC Financial be in the near future as well? :slight_smile:

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Yay! Thank you everyone who helped!

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We’ve tapped a nerve! Oh my. I love the energy around this.

We continue to be excited that we are pioneers in the US with open banking because it aligns with our values around security and giving people control.

And yes, Capital One could not be more anticipated by everyone in this awesome Community! (And by our wonderful Customer Success team… what will they do with their free time now?)

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This is the best news! Every time I went to log into Tiller I had to go into the console to refresh, as I’m reliant on C1 for so many accounts. It wasn’t something I could just refresh every so often.

BIG thank you!!

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Very exciting but with Open Banking not yet supported in Canada can I access my Capital One account and just not Canadian banks?

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This is definitely very good news! Big thank you to the Tiller team! :slight_smile:

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@jjsararas, the open banking connections for Tiller are just for a few select institutions right now. I don’t think the open banking connection for Capital One is only for US customers, it’s website specific. These are the sites that will be transitioning to the open banking connection:

Site name URL
Capital One https://verified.capitalone.com
Cabela’s Club https://verified.capitalone.com
Walmart Credit Card https://verified.capitalone.com

Can’t speak to whether this will be available with an open banking connection anytime soon :slight_smile:

This should be live as of this morning. Anyone have any feedback so far?

These are the steps to upgrade:

  1. Visit the Console at https://sheets.tillerhq.com/auth/google
  2. Click “Connection > Edit credentials” next to Capital One
  3. Follow the prompts to “update” your connection.

You’ll need to do the above for ALL Capital One logins you have connected at the following sites:

Site name URL
Capital One https://verified.capitalone.com
Cabela’s Club https://verified.capitalone.com
Walmart Credit Card https://verified.capitalone.com
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Worked perfectly. Huge Thank you.

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Hmm, completed the upgrade, and the connected accounts sidebar says the connection has been refreshed, but I still have balances displayed from 5 days ago and no transactions since then.

Make sure you click “Fill sheets” in the Tiller Money Feeds add-on after the account has refreshed.

Yes, I have clicked that several times. Closed and reopened. Still no updated balances or transactions.

@hpatrickhill I just sent you a note via support email. Thanks!

This is great! I do have one FYI to share though regarding my experience. I have two cards with CapitalOne, one of them is closed but I’m still paying it off. When I switched over, I only had the option to get the transactions for the open card.

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worked perfectly! kinda freaky not to get asked for 2fa.

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