New Brooks Brothers card provider

Brooks Brothers no longer uses GEMB Merchant Credit Cards. It switched to Citibank on June 20. Can Mint update the Brooks Brothers link?


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Mike, the issue here is that prior to the switch to Citi, Brooks Brothers cards were never able to connect to Mint, because they were serviced by GEMB and then (I think) a new entity under GEMB (Syncrony). So now that the card accounts are owned by Citi, they should work with Mint because several other Citi retail cards work under the same login. This has been my white whale with Mint for several years now. It would be great if someone actually went in and finally fixed this. I've submitted a ticket, which was subsequently closed out without resolution.

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