Betterment Price Paid

What is the deal with the "Price Paid" being $1.00 for everything? It makes all of the data be terribly inaccurate. 147,053.00% gain would be nice and all but it would be cool if we could see real numbers. Especially since Betterment is recommended by Mint.com. The totals at the bottom of the page it also shows inaccurate data. The Betterment website shows a different number for "amount invested" though it's a lot closer than the individual items.

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Hello mysticryuujin,


Thank you for reporting this issue on the Investment page of Mint.com. We know that some parts of it need improvement. To be transparent, there is no time frame that we can give when enhancements will be implemented. However, we want you to know that every piece of feedback is appreciated in order for us to improve our Investments page.

 I do apologize for the issue you are encountering and I hope the value in all of the other great features Mint offers, overshadows the inconvenience this might have caused.

You can report this through Contact Mint https://www.mint.com/help/#more-help where they can evaluate if this is an issue they will be able to address.

Thanks!

Mint Maggie



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