Please advice how to change currency for a bank account from $ to INR (Indian rupees)?

I understand, mint only is available in US and canada. And its very disappointing to be in US and not able to utilize the features well, but what if I convert the INR value with average currency exchange rate into USD. So that my final calculations are all in dollars. instead Mint considered INR value as Dollars which imbalances everything. At least the loan section should be editable. So that I can track my education loan.

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Hi su86nil,

I am sorry that this has happened, unfortunately the denomination in Mint cannot be changed, nor can it track multiple currencies. Whatever amount actually is displayed on your account is what will appear in your Mint profile; there is no conversion process. I will however pass your feedback along and tag your post at least so our development team can see this, for future considerations.

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Mint Mike

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