Unable to add my Company Computershare account.

Unable to add my Company Computershare account.

http://www.computershare.com/employee/cgispp

Please advise.

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To start, Computershare website is bit confusing.  First you need to establish if your account is United States or Canada.

For CGI Group Inc. it is actually a Canada based account.... 

1) Go to:http://www.computershare.com/us/Pages/default.aspx

2) In the upper right hand corner, change Country from United States to Canada.

3) Click "Employee Online"

4) For "CGI Group Inc" - Company Code enter: "YCQQ" or type in Company Name "CGI GROUP INC"

5) You will then select Existing or New,

6) Username and Password

7) Confirm you can login 

Then go to mint, and select the "Canada" option, specify the same Company Code and username/password as above.  Should be good to go.

****UPDATE**** as of 10/22/2016

Looks like mint or computershare fixed the issue, here is the way to do it...

1) In Mint --> Add Account

2) Select " Computershare (Employee Plan Login) - Canada"

3)Type in Username, Password and for Company Code enter  "CGI GROUP INC." -- don't enter quotes..

4) It will prompt you for security questions, 2 or 3 of them.

****UPDATE**** as of 1/10/2017

The instructions above in bold seem to work regularly, but after the account is added it often does not update.  I typically delete it and re-add occasionally.  This seems to be an issue with Security Questions. Still not sure if its Mint or Computershare.

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