I have been researching personal finance tools, and while I was disappointed that many US apps do not support UK users/banks, the best I have found has been Money Dashboard, and I would like to try this out.
While I am content with Money Dashboard's security, it doesn't seem to be okay from my bank's point of view; and unlike some of its competitors, Money Dashboard does not seem to allow for importing of .csv files. I have accounts with TSB and HSBC.
Researching on the internet didn't give me much information, aside from a tweet from January 2015, saying that giving away the login details to a third party would be 'in breach of [TSB's] Internet Banking Terms and Conditions'. I will assume this is still the case, although I am not experienced in translating the legal jargon I found in the terms.
What are the consequences of being in breach of the terms and conditions? I have not seen anyone complain about TSB chasing them on this point, but maybe to simply ignore this is reckless? Will it invalidate any of TSB's fraud protection, etc.?