Capital One 360 - No access codes
I am unable to add a connection to my Capital One 360 accounts.
I found this image in a YNAB help topic: https://help.youneedabudget.com/1y1r0m2P1w08
This image lists things that are not present on the Capital One 360 pages. Mainly, there is no "Get Access Code" link on the bank's site. They seem to be removing all mentions of it at all.
So without an access code, I am unable to attach my Capital One 360 accounts. However, by using my account name and password, I *AM* able to log into what YNAB calls "Capital One - Personal Banking". Unfortunately, after authentication, it asks me to select an account I would like to import - but the list of accounts is empty.
How can I add my CapitalOne360 accounts into YNAB?
(I have tried many times to disconnect, remove, and re-add the bank connections. I am also able to log into the main Capital One website with my password - it does it not contain any of the non-allowed characters)
Hi Khaki Griffin !
Sorry for the misleading screenshot! Capital One recently changed a few things around, so that's no longer where you find the access code.
What you'll need to do is log into your Capital One 360 account directly. There you should be able to select one of your accounts, choose “Account Services & Settings," click on "Privacy" under the Settings & Preferences heading, then click the Privacy tab at the top, and select the “Create New Code” option.
Then, you can use that in place of your password to set up Direct Import in YNAB! Please note that it may take a day to register, so if it doesn't work right away, I recommend giving it another try the next day.
If it still doesn't work, just let me know! :)Reply
Hi Khaki Griffin I had a similar problem this week setting up my CapitalOne 360 account. I found the new Add New Code link in the new CapitalOne UI, but it kept asking me to log in again and didn't generate a code. I finally called in to their support line, and the rep had me clear all my browser cache and now it worked!Reply
Hi Faness , I just added a new Capital One Spark Business Savings account yesterday and am having similar issues. I have the access code generated but whenever I try to login through YNAB using the access code as the password, it comes back saying no. I'm wondering if I'm supposed to use the username I use on Capital One's site and the access code as the password or if I'm supposed to use the random string of numbers they give as the "username" under the Access Code section (see pic) #confusedReply