import CSV data get the following 'We've filtered out 90 transactions . . . . . . your bank connection. Looks like this file doesn't contain any valid transaction data.

I have missing dates in my transactions from a current account.  I have exported those dates to CSV from my bank account.  When I try to import into the same account transactions in QBSE I get the following message:  'We've filtered out 90 transactions that we already got through your bank connection.  Looks like this file doesn't contain any valid transaction data.  Check the file and try again'.  I have done this on a number of occasions and also with other missing date ranges but cannot seem to import missing/past transaction data from my bank account.


Hello, davidh,

Let’s try basic troubleshooting first since you were able to import transactions without a hitch before. Let’s try to use a private browser. If you’re using Chrome, follow these steps:

  1. Click the ellipsis icon in the top right corner of the screen.
  2. Click New Incognito Window.

Alternatively, you can press Ctrl+ Shift + N to bring up a new incognito window without entering the Chrome settings menu. If that works, let's c lear your browser's cache. You may also try to use a different browser.

If any other concerns arise, please feel free to post any time.

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