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an unofficial api abstraction for tink.com


To install @apiclient.xyz/tink, use either npm or yarn as per your preference. Run the following command in your project directory:

npm install @apiclient.xyz/tink --save

Or if you prefer yarn, use:

yarn add @apiclient.xyz/tink

This will add the package to your project's dependencies.


The @apiclient.xyz/tink library provides an unofficial TypeScript API abstraction for interacting with tink.com. To make the most out of this library, it's recommended to have a basic understanding of TypeScript and asynchronous programming in JavaScript.

Getting Started

First, you need to import the necessary classes from the @apiclient.xyz/tink package. Heres how you can get started with creating a TinkAccount instance and utilizing it to perform operations:

import { TinkAccount, TinkUser, TinkProviderConsent } from '@apiclient.xyz/tink';

// Initialize a new TinkAccount with your clientId and clientSecret
const myTinkAccount = new TinkAccount('<YOUR_CLIENT_ID>', '<YOUR_CLIENT_SECRET>');

Creating and Managing Tink Users

To interact with user-specific APIs, create a TinkUser object. You can also retrieve an already existing user or create a new one as follows:

// Creating a new Tink User
const newUser = await myTinkAccount.createTinkUser('unique_external_user_id');
console.log('New TinkUser created:', newUser);

// Retrieving an existing Tink User
const existingUser = await myTinkAccount.getTinkUser('existing_unique_external_user_id');
console.log('Existing TinkUser retrieved:', existingUser);

To connect bank accounts to the Tink platform, you will need to generate a Tink Link URL and present it to your users. Here's how you can obtain it:

const tinkLinkUrl = await existingUser.getTinkLinkForMarket({
  countryId: 'SE', // Specify the market code, e.g., SE for Sweden
  redirectUrl: 'https://yourapplication.com/callback', // Redirect URL after account connection
  customState: 'your_custom_state', // Optional custom state to be included in the callback
  testProviderBool: true // Set to true if using test providers
console.log('Tink Link URL:', tinkLinkUrl);

Fetching Bank Accounts and Transactions

After the user has connected their bank accounts through the Tink Link, you can retrieve the connected accounts and their transactions:

// Fetching provider consents to get bank accounts
const providerConsents = await existingUser.getProviderConsents();
for (const consent of providerConsents) {
  console.log('Provider consent:', consent);

  // For each consent, get associated bank accounts
  const bankAccounts = await consent.getBankAccounts();
  for (const account of bankAccounts) {
    console.log('Bank account:', account);

    // Fetch transactions for each bank account
    const transactions = await account.getTransactions();
    for (const transaction of transactions) {
      console.log('Transaction:', transaction);

Advanced Usage

The library offers advanced features like handling provider consents, refreshing data, and managing users. For instance, you can delete a user as follows:

await existingUser.delete();
console.log('User deleted successfully.');

To explore more about the library, including handling errors, refreshing tokens, and more nuanced data retrieval, consult the official API documentation provided by Tink.com and refer to the TypeScript definitions in this package.

Remember to secure your credentials and tokens appropriately and follow Tink's guidelines for data handling and user privacy.

This repository contains open-source code that is licensed under the MIT License. A copy of the MIT License can be found in the license file within this repository.

Please note: The MIT License does not grant permission to use the trade names, trademarks, service marks, or product names of the project, except as required for reasonable and customary use in describing the origin of the work and reproducing the content of the NOTICE file.


This project is owned and maintained by Task Venture Capital GmbH. The names and logos associated with Task Venture Capital GmbH and any related products or services are trademarks of Task Venture Capital GmbH and are not included within the scope of the MIT license granted herein. Use of these trademarks must comply with Task Venture Capital GmbH's Trademark Guidelines, and any usage must be approved in writing by Task Venture Capital GmbH.

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Registered at District court Bremen HRB 35230 HB, Germany

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