Mint is reporting incorrect "price paid" values for my American Century funds. Is this a known issue? If so, is their an easy fix for my problem?

The price paid value changes independent of me manipulating my account. This results in wildly inaccurate performance data, which is why I use Mint!


Hi robertoudemans,

I'm sorry that you're having trouble with your accounts reflecting the information incorrectly. I know how frustrating it is when accounts don't populate correctly. I'm sure sure what would cause the price paid values to display incorrectly. Please open a ticket by filling out our Contact Mint form so that our support team can look further into this and get the issue resolved as soon as possible. 


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