CIBC CreditCard QBO export/import not a valid webconnect file.

The exports from CIBC in QBO format work for chequing accounts but currently (as of July 2018) fail for credit card (VISA).

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After an hour's worth of work, I can answer my own question:

For CIBC credit card QBO exports the headers are now different than they were a year or so ago. Fortunately, I had an older QBO VISA file that I had saved (after fixing that as well) to compare to.

In summary, you're getting rid of the below entries:

<DTPROFUP>XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
<DTACCTUP>XXXXXXXXXXXXXX

<ACCTTYPE>CREDITLINE

And adding:

<USERKEY>

Open the QBO file with an editor and make similar to this:

<OFX><SIGNONMSGSRSV1><SONRS><STATUS>
<CODE>0<SEVERITY>INFO<MESSAGE>OK
</STATUS>
<DTSERVER>XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
<USERKEY>XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
<LANGUAGE>ENG
<INTU.BID>XXXXX
</SONRS></SIGNONMSGSRSV1>
<CREDITCARDMSGSRSV1><CCSTMTTRNRS><TRNUID>XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
<STATUS>
<CODE>0
<SEVERITY>INFO
<MESSAGE>OK
</STATUS>
<CCSTMTRS>
<CURDEF>CAD
<CCACCTFROM>
<ACCTID>4500XXXXXXXXXXXX
</CCACCTFROM>
<BANKTRANLIST>
<DTSTART>XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
<DTEND>XXXXXXXXXXXXXX


I'm assuming the format requirements for the desktop version are different than the online one.  And, again, there'll be plenty of finger pointing between Intuit and CIBC. 


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