Can't connect to Union Bank mortgage account.

Although Mint lists Union Bank (CA) it does not recognize my mortgage account login. I do not have any other type of account with the bank. Mint recognizes the banking URL, but not the mortgage site URL. My mortgage account login does not work on the regular banking site. Since my mortgage is a big part of my budget, I really want to connect it with Mint.

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kristinelise57,

I'm sorry for any inconvenience cause by Mint not supporting the Union Bank mortgage site.  If the login URL for mortgages is different than the one for deposit banking, and that URL is not pulling up any accurate results in the Mint Accounts search, then you can request that it be added.  There is a link to do so under the Account search results, or you can also request it with the Contact Mint form: https://www.mint.com/help/#more-help

Please note that we generally will look at adding a financial institution after at least 5 individual users have requested it.  While we can't guarantee it will be added due to a multitude of factors, we will do our best to support them.

Regards,
Jessie

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