Any updates on how much longer we will be waiting for Navy Federal Credit Union connectivity issues to be resolved?

I had connected my accounts a couple of months ago but they were taking a couple of days to update..... Not a huge deal because I mostly use Mint.com for my budget.  Now, I have (accidentally) deleted the accounts, and am not able to add them again. Is this due to the known NFCU connectivity issues or have I done something else to disable the ability to connect at all?  If it is the widespread connectivity issues, do we have an estimate of how much longer we will be waiting for this to be resolved?

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Hi Farringtons,

There is a known issue with Navy Federal Credit Union right now; you haven't done anything to disable the ability to connect to it at all. I apologize for the inconvenience caused by this regardless. Check out the thread below and be sure to follow it for updates:

https://mint.lc.intuit.com/questions/1193074

Thanks,
Mint Mike

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