Trouble adding American Express Personal Savings Account

I recently opened an Amex HYSA and figured it would be no problem adding it to mint. However the only American express i can find to add is just the credit accounts (which i have one linked to mint already). I have tried searching:


American Express Savings

American Express Bank

American Express Bank, FSB

American Express - brings up the "add Credit card account" page. 

I know in 2013 there were issues on the Amex security side, but i figured as big as Amex and Mint are it would be no problem to link. 

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From their site:

"At this time, American Express Personal Savings does not allow sites like Quicken or Mint to login on behalf of our customers. This protocol is in place to protect Personal Savings customers’ personal information.

Personal Savings does allow you to download transactions so that you can import them into Quicken by following these easy steps:

Log in to your American Express  Personal Savings account at PersonalSavings.AmericanExpress.com
Click the account that you want to download
Click the Download Transactions link at the bottom of the Transaction History section
Follow the prompts"

I've moved my money to a Barclays Online Savings Account because of AMEX's position here.
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