How soon will Target credit cards resume updating in Mint?

Mint acknowledged that it was no longer able to aggregate Target credit card data five days ago and was working on a solution, but there have been no updates to that topic since and the topic is closed for discussion: https://mint.lc.intuit.com/questions/1254111

Could someone from Mint please provide an update on this problem and let us know when they expect it to be resolved?

Answer

Hi smekosh,

I know it is frustrating when an account does not connect in Mint, and I apologize for the inconvenience this has caused. Engineers are still working to resolve this issue; unfortunately, an ETA is not known because there are too many variables and unknowns to be able to set a specific date on when we can expect it to be resolved.

In addition, generally an update won't be posted to most threads like this until something of value to users can be provided, and the thread is closed to the public so that only the Mint community team can post to it - allowing other users to post to it would generate e-mails about the subject that would generally be considered unwanted by other users who are only following the thread for an actual update by the Mint team.

We do understand your frustration though, and the engineering team understands the impact this has on customers so they are working as hard as they can to resolve this. We thank you for being patient and apologize again for any frustration caused.

Thanks,
Mint Mike

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