My Members 1st FCU (PA) account has been saying "Temporary Connectivity Issue" for the past two weeks.

I've logged in & out of my Members 1st account online several times over these past two weeks so I know the login info I am using is correct. The issue seems to be on Mint's end... please help.


Hello wolfy810,

I'm sorry that you're having trouble with Members 1st FCU in Mint, I understand how inconvenient it can be when a financial institution isn't syncing.  The error we're seeing indicates that there are two accounts that appear to have the same name, which is confusing our aggregation scripts.  Usually you can fix this by editing the nicknames of your accounts on the bank's website so that they are different.  However if that is not an option with your bank, or you do so and it has no impact, please open a ticket using the Contact Mint form so our support team can further investigate and assist.  Or you can reach our to our Chat team for live assistance during available hours.

Jesse :man: 

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