My transactions don't show up in Mint?

I made my Mint account a couple of days ago, and while i love it, I'm having trouble with my transactions list not updating.  Mint successfully connected with my bank and imported transactions from August through November 7th around 3pm.  Transactions from that night, yesterday, and today (which appear to be cleared with my bank) aren't showing up on the list.  I'm not sure if this is an issue with Mint or with my bank - a local bank which was absorbed several months ago by United Bank.  Is this a known issue with United?


Hello jrgottier,

Welcome to Mint! I am sorry you are having this issue with your transactions. Please report this through Contact Mint and our support team will assist you with this

I am sorry for the inconvenience!

Thank you,
Mint Maggie

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