How can I retrieve transaction historyI just accidentally deleted one of my bank accounts.

 I have 4 accounts with this bank and 2 of them were not updating so I deleted and re-added.  Now i have lost years of transactions history.  2 of these accounts are for my business!  Yikes!! This just happened a few minutes ago.  PLEASE HELP!


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I'm very sorry for any inconvenience or frustration this causes, but unfortunately if you delete a bank from Mint, all of the transaction history for all related accounts is deleted along with it and cannot be recovered, as stated in the warning before you confirm the deletion.  I wish I could do something to help, but there is no way to recover this data.  You'll have to start over from this point with those accounts in Mint.

In the future, if accounts are not updating, try contacting us on here first so we can take a look and see what is going on there. Once again, my apologies that we can't do more to help here.


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