Can't edit a wrong APT number from CreditScore window, so it never works (since invalid customer information).

Every time I try to get my CreditScore there is a problem since my information is wrong (my APT number is not correct) and I can't modify it.

The form to change my address is disabled, and the only input I can use is the SSN and Submit button.

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Hi folks,

Unfortunately there isn't a way to undo this on the user end so you can modify that information once submitted. Aside from making a new account specifically for the credit score, the only other recourse we can offer is that you contact technical support; please Contact Mint support or use our chat option from the Support page (appears during business hours only, 8-5 Pacific Mon-Fri) so our support team can look at this more closely and further assist you. I apologize that I cannot do more to directly assist with this.

Regards,
Mint Mike

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