Kohl's Credit Card unable to get past the security question process...

Kohl's Credit Card continues to fail getting past the security question process thus always defaulting to "Edit Bank Info" which is really annoying....I use a similar program through Merrill Lynch called "My Financial Picture" and it has no problem going through the process of answering the security question....


Hello David,

I am sorry you are having this issue with your Kohls card. Although you have another account that has no issues with Kohls, all services have different databases and requirements and therefore different situations with institutions like Kohls. I see you are not connected now, so please report through Contact Mint for assistance from our data connectivity team: https://www.mint.com/help/#more-help

Thank you,
Mint Maggie

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