Update, April 10, 2018, 12:00 p.m. (Eastern)
We've received reports from our data provider that the issue has been resolved. Please note that it may take some time for your transactions to resume importing. Thank you for your patience.
Update, April 2, 2018, 2:15 p.m. (Eastern)
Recent web security upgrades undertaken by TD Bank have interrupted Wave's bank account integration for TD customers. Wave recognizes that user security is a priority, and we continue to work with our data provider and with TD to ensure TD's site is able to successfully handle aggregation traffic while maintaining upgraded security. Wave's data provider is working directly with TD to re-enable access as quickly as possible. Please watch this space for further updates.
On March 22, 2018, Wave began experiencing issues with our bank account integration (automated transaction import) functionality for TD Bank. The cause of this issue appears to be recent website updates undertaken by TD. The data provider through which Wave is able to facilitate back connections is aware of this issue and working to understand its scope and the steps necessary to resolve it.
Understanding the issue
Wave’s Bank Integration feature makes it possible to automatically pull transactions data into Wave, allowing you to to update your books without needing to manually enter or import data.
Connecting to bank data is a highly specialist area, requiring dedicated knowledge of banking system world-wide, and close working relationships with many financial institutions. Like all other online accounting systems and financial portals, Wave accesses bank data via specialist third-party bank data integration partner, enabling us to connect to more than 10,000 online banking websites and financial institutions across the world.
Due to the complexity, number, and variety of banking systems worldwide, issues occasionally arise for all financial platforms that provide this type of functionality. Most often, this is due to banks updating their own systems without regard to potential knock-on effect on their customers who choose to access financial data via a system such as Wave. Unfortunately, this is an industry-wide phenomenon.
Here at Wave, our dedicated Integrations Team of engineers are committed to working with all necessary parties to ensure we are able to offer reliable bank connections, and to resolve such system issues as inevitably arise as quickly as possible.
When will this be fixed?
We know the bank connection feature in Wave is important to you. Unfortunately, at this time we are unable to provide a firm estimate of when all Wave users will see their bank connections updating normally.
If you have raised a support ticket for either of these issues, our Customer Support Team will notify you as soon as we are able to decisively resolve them. Additionally, we will post updates to this article whenever we have further information available.
Unfortunately, our Customer Support Team are unable to provide additional information or trouble-shooting on a one-to-one basis. There is no need to raise any support request for this issue; all affected customers will receive a fix at the same time, after these issues have been resolved through updates to our bank data provider’s systems and, if necessary, Wave’s own systems.