How To Link Citizens Bank Auto Loan to Mint?

It will be difficult to answer my question without understanding how you need to login to RBS / Citizens Bank to pay this auto loan, so here is a link to the typical login screen -- https://dimension2.princetonecom.com/otp/StartAction.do?citizenswebpay

I cannot figure out how to link this auto loan account to Mint. For all Citizens Bank related accounts you search via Mint, Mint asks for the User Name and Password...however, to login to pay this bill as you can see via the link, you enter the last 4 digits of the account #, your zip code, and last 4 digits of SSN. 

This goes for:

  1. Citizens Bank - New Engl
  2. Citizens Bank - Not Your Typical Bank
  3. Citizens Bank - Mid Atl Consumer
  4. Citizens Bank (PA)
  5. etc...

When I just made a loam payment today for this bill, the confirmation email I received notes "This is to confirm your authorization for an electronic debit from your account payable to Citizens Auto Finance, Inc. ....If you have a question about your payment please do not reply to this email but instead call a Customer Service Representative at 1-800-708-6682.  We ask that you call after allowing three business days for payment processing.

Sincerely,
RBS Citizens"

Any assistance in this matter would be greatly appreciated. I would like to link this bill to Mint & Mint Bills.

Thank you!
John

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