Computershare Investor Centre - has not updated in 3 weeks

Computershare Investor Centre - has not updated in 3 weeks - can anyone else verify this issue?  Why can’t this be fixed?


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Hi all,

Here's the response I got when I created a ticket. Looks like the time frame is mid November.

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My investigation shows that due to recent changes implemented by “Computershare (Employee Plan Login)” Mint is unable to update your accounts at this time. These changes will require an update to the Mint Product currently scheduled to be available by Mid November. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and appreciate your patience while we work to provide a solution.


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