Synchrony Bank and Greenwood Credit Union = 8 accounts that I cannot add to my profile. HUGE CONCERN

I just hope another unsatisfied user propels a little more momentum to get it fixed.  a couple of the Synchrony have 0.00 balances, there are a couple that do have balances that I would love to add to this profile along with the 3 GCU accounts that have rather high balances. 

Synchrony Bank: Lowes (0 Balance), CareCredit ($500), Old Navy ($1200), Amazon(1250), Credit One ($1000)

Greenwood Credit Union: A Car Loan ($12,000), A personal Loan ($5,000), A low interest credit card ($6000)

I am trusting that you are doing all that you can do to rectify this situation. I spent hours today setting up all this information, reading your articles, learning the sights. It would be a shame if I had to delete all this work and start over with a more functional app. Please keep us posted

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