Has there been any update on the Bank of Kansas City issue? We are currently working to restore connectivity. Users are unable to update their BOKC accounts 21 days ago

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Known Issue: We are currently working to restore connectivity for Bank of Kansas City.

Users are currently unable to update their Bank of Kansas City accounts in Mint.

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Mint James Employee  21 days ago
We are currently investigating the connection error for Bank of Kansas City that is not allowing users to update these accounts in Mint.  Updates on this issue will be posted here as they become available.  Click the "Follow" link to receive notifications of updates when they are posted.

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Hello msweber,

I'm sorry that the issue with Bank of Kansas City is still occurring, I understand how inconvenient it can be when connectivity issues persist.  Unfortunately I do not have any new information on this issue, but as the thread you're referring to (https://mint.lc.intuit.com/questions/1182111) states, any updates will be posted to that thread as they become available.  I apologize for any trouble this issue is causing in the meantime, and your ongoing patience is appreciated.

Jesse :man:

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