How do I recover my previous transactions that were deleted by mistake?

Hi, I signed up for MINT a few years ago and have kept track of all my transactions.  I recently updated my accounts by adding another account.  I deleted my previous accounts because all my accounts doubled.  I am left with only 90 days worth of transactions.  Can this problem be remedied?  Can I recover my previous transactions?  I want to view my transactions since Jan 1 2014.  Thank you. 


Hi shaleapiteau,

I'm sorry, but when you delete a bank account, all historical transactions are temperamentally deleted with the account. There's no way to recover this data.

I wish there was more we could do.


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