I have not received any error messages. I did see the message (from you?) regarding a preview version of MD. That seems to be working. Did you have to set up a specific MD account for each of your Fidelity accounts?
I was following the user guide. 1st set up the account, then go to the online menu drop down, etc. I also saw someone else’s post regarding a preview version of MD that was working. I am trying that now.
on 13 Apr, 2018 07:02 PM
I've found that something's gone wrong this week with the Fidelity NetBenefits connector (Fidelity Investments still works). Possibly this is related...
Partial Error message:
Bank Name: Fidelity NetBenefits
A communication or parsing error occurred. This could be the result of a network problem, a proxy error, or misconfigured server.
Error Description: java.io.IOException: HTTP Error:400 Bad Request
java.io.IOException: HTTP Error:400 Bad Request
Ian O on 14 Apr, 2018 10:41 AM
Sorry to hear of the issue you have encountered while using Moneydance. Can you let me know what version of Moneydance you are using? You can check this detail within Moneydance by navigating to Help --> About Moneydance (Moneydance --> About Moneydance on a Mac).
Ian O on 14 Apr, 2018 02:41 PM
Thanks Vince. From what I'm finding online, it seems Moneydance is not the only personal finance software this is effecting. It would appear Fidelity are encountering difficulties maintaining Direct Connect services. I'll continue to monitor the situation and update our connection information if needed. I'll update you as soon as there have been any developments. Please let me know if I can be of any assistance in the meantime.
I am also on 1671 and about 3 days ago, Fidelity NetBenefits stopped working throwing off the error messages identified in earlier posts. I have another software program for my investment portfolios and it stopped downloading information about a month ago, and then about 3 days ago, threw off a different error message indicating invalid user signon. I talked to Fidelity NetBenefits on this topic and they basically said if it ain't Quicken we can't help you. Recently as I've researched this problem, it is becoming more evident that even Quicken is having problems. Perhaps Fidelity NetBenefits will offer some help now.
Of course, I'll always accept the kind help from the MD team if a solution shows up. I had hopes that 1670 or 1671 would solve the problem (referenced in many other posts within the last 30 days), but I am on 1671, so looks like Fidelity has indeed changed their security protocols.
I was able to connect and download data from Fidelity. It turns out they were having problems with their OFX server.
But now I have another question. When I downloaded the data, all transactions were entered in the deposit column although several were deposits and a withdrawal for the same amount. This results in double entries. Any suggestions besides manually correcting all the entries (there are many in my multiple accounts). Also I have transactions from within the same account (the cash account) to purchase securities. These show up in an automatically established un-named bank account and I have not found an efficient method to establish intra account transactions.