Connectivity to Maple City Savings Bank, FSB (Hornell NY)


I'm looking for mint to gain connectivity to Maple City Savings Bank, FSB accounts (link Ive put in a few requests over the past two years to no avail... Any updates??


Hi mapleleafboy2,

I am sorry that support has not yet been added for your institution. I know it can be frustrating to be unable to connect to a bank you use frequently through Mint. Requests for adding new institutions are based on volume of requests from other users and cooperation from that bank. 

While no guarantees can be made that any particular institution will be added for support, I can make some suggestions that might help advance your request with support. If you haven't already, you may want to talk with your bank to see if they would be interested in allowing support for Mint connections, and if you know other users are interested in connecting this bank with Mint, please encourage them to submit requests through our Contact Mint form!

Mint Mike

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