AMEX High Yield Savings Suddenly Closed

This morning I noticed that my AMEX HYSA was missing. I found that Mint automatically closed it for the reason "We've updated the status of this account to Closed because we haven't been able to connect to it for the last 90 days.".


However, I've had transactions pulled as recently of the 6th of this month (none have posted since then) so it's clearly less than 20 days, let alone 90.

I can't re-open the account and I don't really want to re-link my acccount since I don't know if that'd duplicate things.  Is there a workaround for this?

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 Same issue here.  This just happened today as I checked yesterday and there was no issue.  My latest transaction from Amex was on April 19th, so I KNOW it is well inside the 90 days.

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