I entered the wrong address when first setting up my credit score through Mint.

I entered the wrong address when first setting up my credit score through Mint, now it will only allow me to add my social, and I cannot change the address because all the portions for an address are greyed out. Is there anyway to reset it so I can get my score set up correctly?


Hello exolutionist,

I'm sorry that your'e having trouble with registering for the Mint Free Credit Score, I certainly understand how frustrating it can be when you can't edit information.  Unfortunately my only suggestion is to try clearing cookies & cache or try a different browser.  If that doesn't help, please reach out to our Chat team to see if they have any way of resetting it (since I don't have any such ability), or open a ticket with our Contact Mint form if you can't reach Chat during available hours.

Jesse :man: 

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