I got my credit score. I'm the wife, Grace. How do we get husband's credit score, Armando?

My credit score in now posted on Mint on home page. How do we get husband's credit score, Armando [moderated - personal info]?

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Hello Grace,

I apologize for any inconvenience it causes, but unfortunately there is not any way to add any more than 1 person's credit score to a Mint profile.  However I understand that couples would want to see both individuals, and I'm happy to tag this as a feature request so the developers see it for future consideration.  

The only workaround here would be to open a 2nd Mint profile to get your husband's free credit score.  I know it's not ideal, but it's the only solution available currently.  He'd have to add at least one financial institution in order to set up the new profile initially, and I can assure you that if it's one you already have added on your profile, it won't cause any issues.

I also just want to make sure you are aware that this is a public community, so I have removed your last name from the post for your own security.  

Regards,
Jesse :man: 

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