Update: Chase credit card connection

IsabelaStisserIsabelaStisser Posts: 184Expensify Success Coach Expensify Success Coach
edited November 2018 in Product Updates

Hi guys! The Expensify team would like to share an update and some troubleshooting steps for users who have been recently experiencing connection issues with their Chase cards.

The recent connectivity issues with Chase are a result of technical changes at the bank for security reasons in addition to other improvements. These changes result in temporarily broken connections and interrupted updates. The Expensify Bank Team is currently in contact with Chase and both teams are working together to get the connectivity issues sorted out as soon as possible.

Connection issues can be easily resolved via a number of means, ranging from resetting your Chase password or by simply updating your cards at another time. We have listed a couple of troubleshooting steps that you can follow to determine the appropriate action to take to fix your Chase credit card connection in Expensify! Please take a look at the information below:

  1. If your Chase bank/credit card account has multiple individuals/logins, you will need to make sure that the administrative account at Chase has Direct Connect enabled.
  2. If you have Chase Ink Business cards, please note that you must have a Chase Business Checking account as well, and pay the $9.95/month fee in order to use the Direct Connect.
  3. Please make sure that Direct Connect is enabled in your account. The Direct Connect settings can be found under the Desktop apps section on your online bank portal.
  4. If you reach out to customer support at Chase regarding enabling Direct Connect for your account, please try to ask about how you can turn on your “Quicken/QuickBoooks/Desktop apps connection.", as they may not be familiar with Expensify. Take a look at the screen below for more information on where this can be found on your Chase account:

  1. If Direct Connect is enabled in your Chase account and you are still experiencing issues with this card connection in Expensify, please try changing your Chase password to 8-32 characters. Please note that this is recommended even if your password already meets this requirement. We’ve heard from multiple users that this action has allowed them to restore their connection on Expensify.

If you've gone through all the troubleshooting steps above and are still experiencing issues with your connection, please reach out to [email protected] and the team will be able to take a closer look at the issue for you.

You can also find more information on bank import and detailed troubleshooting steps for several banks that connect to Expensify in the help articles below:

Troubleshooting: Bank and card errors

Troubleshooting: Bank and card FAQs

Troubleshooting: Known bank-specific issues

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