Is the contact mint form broken again?

There is a transaction missing on my capital one credit card account. Using the contact mint form, I emailed mint twice about it. But I haven't gotten any confirmation email or reply.

After form submission, users used to be able to receive an auto confirmation titled "Mint.com Support has received your email Mint". So is the form not working?

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Hi givoltage,

We're looking into why this is happening, but rest assured that your cases are being received and you'll be contacted shortly. Please make sure that you check your spam/junk filters and that your filters are set to not automatically block/delete e-mails from @intuit.com domains to ensure you receive it.

Regards,
Mint Mike

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