When will Mint stop calling it "Tangerine(Formerly ING Direct)"? It's been Tangerine for quite a while now -- long enough that everyone is aware of the name change.

It's been "Tangerine" for quite a while now -- long enough that everyone is aware of the name change. Now it's just annoying to see it saying it's formerly ING Direct, and looks messy on the website as the name is so long it's cut off. Please just simply call it Tangerine now. Thank you.

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Hi mint,

Typically we leave name changes on the titles of accounts to ensure that 100% of users know that it switched, on the off chance that someone searches for the old name and is not able to find it, this way they'll still be able to find the right account. I understand your points though and will mark this post as feedback so it has visibility to our developers.

Thanks,
Mint Mike

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