Gonna take a stab in the dark and guess that Monzo’s action without notice here to compensate for inefficiencies in their service has broken the wallet integration.
I had an inkling it might happen when I saw the post, but then no one mentioned anything until now.
I’m James, and I work in the App Evolution squad at Monzo. I wanted to give you a heads up about some changes we’ve just made to our /transactions endpoint.
Why the Change?
We’ve recently been looking at improving the resilience of some of our APIs. While we typically prefer to provide notice for changes, we’ve decided to make these adjustments immediately.
We’ve made three changes to the /transactions endpoint:
Requests now have a default limit of 30. Yo…
Something Apple will need to fix in a future software update if this is the cause.
Edit: tested mine, and I can’t link it either. I get the same error as you for my current account. And Monzo flex throws up some weird API login screen at Monzo.
I re added mine to Apple Wallet about an hour ago with no issues.
Mines working perfectly as well.
I noticed mine didn’t update earlier
Saying that it did just update
Working fine for me, I just re-authed mine.
Personal, joint and Flex all added without issue. I’d never bothered before.
I find if you do one and then another it cancelled the first with the same bank. Let me know if all 3 of yours keep individually working?!
My Flex and Plus accounts are still working fine with Wallet. The balance and transactions update as soon as I select the cards.
Strange - I’m still having issues.
What are my next steps to getting this sorted?
Same. I can only add solo or joint. If I add solo it works then add joint, that works and solo stops. Ffs!
I really wasn’t bothered about this when it launched because I don’t think I’d ever check the wallet app to see a balance/history, but my current balance being there when you double tap is new (to me) and a nice improvement.
I don’t think it of any importance, just another thing I could do, but won’t. If you do not know the current balance in your account(s) then you need to give your head a shake.
I usually have a rough idea for my personal account, depending on the last time I checked and how spendy I’ve been that day. I have zero idea how much is in my joint account.