Problem downloading .csv

I have downloaded a .csv file from TD Bank.  I cannot see any formatting errors and have assigned credit to the first column and debit to the second.  The date format in the spreadsheet is set to dd/mm/yyyy and yet displays in both spreadsheet and Quickbooks as mm/dd/yyyy.    When I try to import I get this message  Http failure response for 422 OK. Look for a date or an amount that shows odd formatting. 




I'd be happy to help you upload your .CSV file correctly, so you have access to all your bank transactions. Take a look at the following two Community articles that are really helpful in this process:

1. How to upload more than 90 days of bank transactions -

2. How to import bank transactions using Excel CSV files -

The first article provides an overview of the process from start-finish. The second article demonstrates the correct formatting template needed to successfully upload your .CSV file. I hope this helps.

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