Victoria Secret Pink Card: wrong balance and payment due

For the last 3 months or so, the Victoria Secret pink card is showing a balance and a payment due date in my Mint account, but there is zero balance and no payment due on the Comenity / Victoria Secret web site.

Why does Mint tell me every time in log in and send me email reminders that a payment is due?

It is false information, but everytime I go and check to make sure there is no fraud.

Anyone else have this problem?



I'm sorry for any inconvenience caused by Mint not displaying your balance amount correctly in Mint.  There aren't any errors on the account, so it could be that we are not reading new information from their site for some unusual reason, possibly a change in the way the data is displayed.  I can't say for sure, so please use the Contact Mint form to report this to our support team for further investigation:


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