This is a web app that converts QFX (not OFX) files to QBO files for use in Quickbooks.
I created the website, because I use Quickbooks regularly, but many of the banks I interacted with didn’t support Intuit’s mother fu*#$!c3g proprietary QBO format.
First download a QFX file, not an OFX file, onto your computer.
After you have the QFX file, simply drag-and-drop the file onto the white box above where it says “Drop files here”.
Voilla! The converted QBO file will be saved onto your computer. Its as simple as that.
That's the expected behavior.
QBOConventor uses AMEX under the hood to enable QBO files to work with Quickbooks. Not the best, but hey.. it's free.
Try clicking the `advanced` checkbox and entering `11162`. Perhaps that will help??
While its close to impossible to convince you anonymously through text on a website, the answer is yes.
Why? Because your files are converted directly on your computer. They are not transferred online and thus there is no opportunity for spying eyes to grab your information.
For the paranoid amongst you, you can even prove it to yourself with an experiment. Load up the website, then disconnect your computer from the internet (but keep your browser window open). Then convert the file as you normally would. Note