Has anyone been successful adding "Sun Life Canada"?

Has anyone successfully added their Sun Life Canada RRSP account?  

I have tried:

I reported this to Support and received "working on it" responses that dragged for months.  Now when I request a status, they don't respond. 

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Hi Keith,

Just so you know I opened an RRSP account with Sun Life 2 days ago and today I was able to successfully add it to my Mint account.

I had difficulty finding the right provider for Canadian accounts but thanks to this post I had no problem authenticating to "Sunlife Financial (Benefit Access) - Canada" with my 12 digits account number and password. It also imported all my transactions done on the Sunlife account.

A few months back I had lots of issues connecting with Desjardins accounts after they had upgraded their security. It was a long saga but in the end, resetting my password on the Desjardins account had fixed the issue. Maybe this could help you.

So at least in my case I can attest that it works and that you should not lose hope.

JP

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