Current transactions never appear from Tangerine (formerly ING Direct) accounts

Ever since ING changed to Tangerine, any transactions made today are never displayed, they don't even show up as pending transactions, but they are not actually pending. I have another account with a different bank and transactions I make today will show up immediately if I refresh.  To confirm, if I log into my Tangerine account online, the transactions are there.  It's as though the filter on the transactions in Mint has <[current date] instead of <=[current date].  Same thing happens if funds that are post dated because of the transaction happening on a weekend, but the funds appear in my bank account with a future date, but not in mint, even though the funds are available.  I have to wait until the next day for the transactions to appear.  Before reporting this, I decided to wait and see if someone else had the same issue, now I am curious if perhaps it's just me...  Anyway, I would appreciate any help on this.

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I have just submitted the request as per Maggie's instructions. We will see if there is anyone listening. After all, Jowik posted the question three months ago and it hasn't been fixed.

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