Jarbunq is a Node.js / TypeScript based service to automate tasks on your bunq account(s).
- Trigger actions on bunq accounts based on received emails:
- Action: Generic - transfer fixed amount when email comes with the specified address, subject and/or body
- Action: Amazon.de - transfer order values from the Main account to the Amazon account
- Action: Amazon.de Refund - transfer Amazon refunds from the Amazon to the Main account
- Action: LBB Credit Card - make sure the Amazon account has enough funds to pay the credit card bills
- Action: Zalando.de - reserve amounts and schedule payments for Zalando.de invoices
- Eventhooks to automate payments and integrate with external systems (a mini IFTTT), examples:
- Auto save a % of current balance to savings account when salary arrives
- Forward rent payments from your flatmates to the owners account
- Make a donation of 5 EUR each time you buy flight tickets
- Forward failed card payments notifications to your security system
- Etc etc etc, your imagination is the limit :-)
- Auto save money for kilometers and elevation ridden on Strava, daily or weekly
- Transfers can be fully automated, or as draft (with approval needed by the owner)
- Email and push notifications (via Pushover or similar)
- Easily add your own features via a plugins file / folder
Crazy quick start guide
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:igoramadas/jarbunq.git $ make clean update $ cat settings.private.json.sample $ vim settings.private.json $ make certificate $ make run
Need help? Sure you do. Then follow these detailed instructions...
Are you good with UX?
Help is needed! There's a very basic and crude web UI to see contents from the database at the moment. I am more of a command line / API guy, so I haven't taken the necessary time to build a proper management UI yet. If you want to help building one, so users can not only query DB contents but also change the service settings, please let me know :-)
The idea came up once I decided to automate some of my bike related savings. I usually spare some money every month for the eventual replacement of chains, cassette, cables and other wear-prone parts. But it would be much cooler if I could do this automatically and based on my actual mileage, insead of a fixed monthly amount :-)
Amazon emails came next. I have an Amazon credit card used exclusively on Amazon, so whenever I purchase something, it would be great if the order amount could be moved to an account dedicated for the credit card payments.
Please note that although this project is open-source and relatively simple to customize to your needs, I am not interested in making it a full-fledged, cloud hosted platform for bunq automations. If that's you cup of tea, I suggest the great bunq2IFTTT. But I might change my mind, who knows...
And a big thank you to all the open-source warriors that are responsible for the libraries used by this project.
Total lack of creativity. Jarvis + bunq. sure.
How stable is this?
I have it running myself on my own server since 1st of September 2019. No issues so far, and a bunch of automated payments processed successfully :-)
Bugs or suggestions?
Post it on the issue tracker.