USAA Investment Account numbers are all off.

I don't really have a question, more of a complaint.  If I am posting this in the wrong place or there is a better place to bring this issue to light, please point me in the right direction.  The issue I am seeing is that my investment/brokerage account with USAA shows some strange information.  It shows that I paid a lot more for my stocks/etfs/funds than what I actually did.  This is making it seem like I am in the hole by thousands of dollars when the opposite is true.


Hi Nathan,

I know it can be frustrating when information isn't posting correctly in Mint. Generally, this is the right place to post either questions or complaints, although in this particular case, we've noticed some reports by other users with some investment accounts not seeming to calculate properly. 

In this particular circumstance your best bet is to reach out to our support team using our Contact Mint form, so our support team can see everybody who is being affected by this and work out resolution with each user directly.

Mint Mike

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