I have tried to "request" for my bank to be put on here multiple times but have still not seen it. Is there any way to speed up the process of getting my bank onto mint?

I really love using mint for my finances but I have "requested" for my bank to be added onto mint multiple times already and I still have not received any feedback.  I am just hoping that I can get the process of adding my bank on here solved so I can start using mint again.  I recently moved and am now at a local bank which is Lakeside Bank in Lake Charles, Louisiana.  

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Hello shalayc,

I'm sorry that your bank is not yet supported in Mint, I understand how disappointing that can be.  If you haven't already, please submit a formal request with the I could not find my bank, please add topic in the Contact Mint form.  We usually look at adding a new bank once there are at least 5 individual users requesting it, but it does take time to integrate them after that, usually a few weeks or so; however recently, there have been more issues than normal with existing banks, and that takes away from the time we have to work on adding new ones.  Also please note that not all banks can be supported due to various factors beyond our control.  I wish I could help more, but there isn't any real way to speed this up.  I hope that helps, but please comment below if I can assist any further.  

Regards,
Jesse :man: 

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