Navy Federal not syncing, works with Mint Bills

For the past several weeks my Navy Federal account has stopped working. Mint Bills can access it fine and logging in at the Navy Federal home page works fine too. I deleted and re-added the account but it still won't sync. I also tried different browsers in case that was the issue. No luck. The support forums don't show any Navy Fed issues newer than 3 months and the past fixes posted in the forum haven't worked for me.

Any ideas?


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Three logins in a row and NFCU has sync'd without an issue.  But no update from Mint on this thread or the one about the Known Issue.

Two other accounts of mine seem to have been fixed today as well.  Nice way to start the weekend.  Good job, Mint!

So now all I'm waiting for is Syncrony Bank and Mint to start playing nice.  That might happen in the near future as well.

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