How do I delete a new account I opened via the Android App with an incorrect email address if I cannot login through the website to access the "delete account" option?

Additionally, would the owner of that email address be able to access my information on the account via the forgot password option? I had made an error when entering the (correct)@xxx(incorrect domain name). Thankfully, since I had checked my newly made email account for a Mint Acct. Created Verification email, I was able to catch this mistake prior to submitting any of my personal banking info.

Any and all help/advice would be greatly appreciated! I thought I had claimed an email alias when I had set up the email used, but, of course, it's more than apparent that the @Domain Name had already been taken, which had left me with the same username, but different domain.

Has anyone ever encountered a similar issue? I know it was a bad mistake on my end. Should I just ignore that account since the only personal info provided was my zip-code? The email address I made and used for that account does not entail any personal info.


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Hello Ez,

I'm sorry for the trouble with the new Mint account you created, I understand your concern.  I don't believe you have anything to worry about security-wise since you didn't add any banks to the account.  Assuming that you can't login because your'e not sure exactly what email you entered before, then please reach out to our support team for assistance.  They can ask some other identifying questions to help find the account and delete it for you.  You can reach them via Chat during the week, or with the Contact Mint form anytime.

Jesse :man: 

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