Not necessarily. The app connections we surface in the Plaid Portal after you verify your financial accounts may not be fully comprehensive of the apps you’ve connected to your accounts using Plaid. For example, the Plaid Portal will not be able to surface app connections that may have been facilitated manually via the entry of account and routing numbers, or through manual microdeposits.
Additionally, the Plaid Portal will not surface app connections facilitated by Quovo, Inc, a company that Plaid acquired in 2019. We are in the process of transitioning Quovo users to Plaid products and services, but until those transitions are fully complete, Quovo’s pre-existing products and services are still being used by some apps. Consumers who use those apps will be unable to see their Quovo-facilitated connections through the Plaid Portal.
Finally, some connections made directly via an OAuth API will not be linked via the Plaid Portal at this time. For most financial institutions, consumers can manage those connections by signing in directly to their financial institution. For account connections updated in Plaid Portal via an OAuth API, you might see multiple instances of certain account connections to the same app. When that happens, Plaid Portal will surface an instance of each account connection based on the method originally used to connect that account to the app. If you recently created a Portal account, when you add financial accounts via OAuth API to Plaid Portal, you may only see app connections to those financial accounts made via OAuth API.