Discover Card: I still can't connect to my Discover Card account through Mint - "sign-in problem". Username and password are correct and verified. Something is broken.

I can use the URL Mint provides for Discover Card log-ins and I can log into Discover Card with the same UserID and Password that I've configured for the account within Mint; however, I get a "sign-in problem" when trying to connect to Discover Card.  Something is broken. :-/


Hi powellmi,

I'm sorry you're having trouble with your Discover Card  connecting to Mint. It can be frustrating when accounts don't connect even when the information is correct. We were experiencing an issue with connecting to Discover last night, but it looks like that issue is now resolved. If you are still experiencing this issue today, please reach out to our Chat team during available hours. You can also use the Contact Mint form to open a ticket.

Thank you,

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