I keep getting the error "Oops, something went wrong. Please try again later." when trying to check my credit score.

I signed up for Mint a week ago and I have mostly completed my profile with all my accounts. When I try to set up the free Mint credit score, I keep getting the "Oops, something went wrong. Please try again" message. I have tried multiple times, I even used 4 different browsers and made sure to clear the cache each time (I tried using Safari, Chrome, and Firefox on a Mac and Internet Explorer, Chrome, and Firefox on Windows 8.1). Not sure if it's an issue with my account. Anny assistance is appreciated.

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Well, I personally ended up using Credit Karma. It works albeit it only pulls data from 2 of the three reporting agencies.
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