I'm sorry that you're having trouble with the credit score in Mint, I understand your confusion. I'm not sure why the data would be correct if your social is inaccurate, but unfortunately there isn't any way to correct that now, or at least nothing you or I could do directly. The only suggestion I can make is to reach out to support and they might be able to help, but that data is all handled by Equifax so it's not something we have direct control over. Also once a score is added, it generally can't be removed and you can't sign up with the same info a 2nd time so you may be better off just leaving it as-is. However if you'd like to look into it further, please use the Contact Mint form to open a ticket so our support team can further investigate and assist. Alternatively, you can use our Chat service during available hours.
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