I am currently unable to update OCWEN, Northwestern Mutual, and First Bankcard.

  I know others are having issue with other financial institutions.  Has anyone heard anything from Mint?  I have submitted an issue for all of these and only heard back on OCWEN.  Mint is saying OCWEN is blocking, but given these other issues, I am thinking it is something on the Mint side  Thanks.


Hello sharris28012,

I'm sorry that you're having trouble with multiple financial institutions in Mint, I know it can be troublesome when accounts aren't syncing.  Unfortunately your information on Ocwen is correct, they are currently blocking our aggregation efforts.  This is something we continue to try to work out with them, but a resolution is entirely dependent on their cooperation.

While I do see some previous connection errors with Northwestern Mutual, that bank seems to be fully connected and syncing again today.  First Bankcard has a very strange error that I'm not familiar with.  It sounds like you have, but if you haven't already then please use the Contact Mint form to open a support ticket for further investigation.  I hope this helps, but please comment below if I can assist any further.


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