3 "Account not found" and 4 "temporary connectivity issue". What's going on?

Yesterday "account not found" showed up for my PayPal account. I somehow managed to fix it by adding a duplicate account before deleting the one with with such an issue. Now it showed up for 3 accounts: Capital1, Fidelity, PayPal (Yes, after I got it  fixed). In the mean time, 4 other accounts are having connectivity issue: BMO credit card, BoA, Discoer Bank and Comenity Express card. What happened? Is it just me or something weird hit Mint on Halloween?


I did find that frustrating as well. Once I began logging into the website on a daily basis, even just to give my accounts a chance to refresh, the problem has not been nearly as prevalent. Also, if you are trying to connect your PayPal account, just forget it; constantly had issues with just that account and decided to delete it. Hope this helps...

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