Mint password reset doesn't work, and TurboTax password change doesn't update the Mint password properly. Cannot access my account!

Steps taken:

1. Reset TurboTax password

2. Can no longer log into

3. password reset does not work (no email received or in spam folder)

I see the community is full of problems like this.  This is terrible.  If you're going to forcibly merge my accounts and passwords, a) Tell me in advance, and b) Please don't mess it up.

Now I have no access to and cannot reset my password... even though I can log into TT, the same password does not work with -- very irritating!


I have a similar issue.  Every time I log into mint, I get the reset password screen.  I have to refresh my browser to get past it.  Furthermore, the screen itself doesn't appear to work.  I've entered both my Mint password and my TurboTax password (on separate occassions, of course) and the response is that the password is not recognized.  What's the deal?

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