Hewitt 401k with UBS Financial Services

Does anyone know the 5 digit company ID or client code for UBS? I asked MINT, and this is the answer I got.  I can call tomorrow, but wonder if there is someone out there who has already done it and could provide the information. It is not in the URL.  Thanks!

In order to add your UBS Financial Services account in Mint, you'll need to append your Hewitt username with the 5 digit client ID or company code. You can obtain this code by calling Hewitt. However, in most cases you can also find the code in the URL once you are logged into the Hewitt site. The code will be listed after "ClntId=". If you see all zeros after "Clntld=" or do not see "Clntld" at all, we suggest that you contact Hewitt and they can provide the number.


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UBS is 02496, so if you username is normally "bobbyg123", the Aon Hewitt generic username becomes "bobbyg123-02496".

For future reference, you can get this yourself by following the screenshots: open the "Savings and Retirement" dropdown and find the "Quicken and Mint Download" link.  Click that and you get the second screenshot.

By the way, the Client ID is actually in the URL after you log in if you comb through the entire super-long URL - the relevant bit is "ClntId=02496"

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