When I filled in my info for credit score section through your website I didn't realize I had a typo. After I was done I couldn't go change it & still can't. How can I?

If there is a way for you to go into my account and just delete my credit score section so that I can start from scratch and fill in the correct information that would be great.


Hello nelsonj40,

I'm sorry that you have incorrect information for your free credit score in Mint, I understand how troublesome it is when you can't edit such details.  Unfortunately I have no way to reset/delete that info for you, and to my knowledge that data cannot be changed.  However I would recommend reaching out to our live Chat support during available hours, it's worth seeing if they can help.  

Jesse :man:

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