I am missing at least three transactions that I have noticed from my Discover account. I have refreshed...logged out and logged in. Still missing. Can you fix?


Hello melindadavis1009,

I'm sorry that you're missing transactions for Discover in Mint, I know how confusing it can be when some data just doesn't show up.  I've pushed through a manual full history refresh for you:  This will compare what we have already with whatever we are able to see on the bank's website (I don't know the exact amount for Discover, but typically it's between the past 30-90 days), and reconciles the data by fetching anything that's missing.  I hope that helps, but if you're still not seeing the missing transactions after 48 hours and they are less than 90 days old then please use the Contact Mint form to open a ticket so our support team can further investigate and assist.  Alternatively, if you prefer live support then you can use our Chat service during available hours.

Jesse :man:

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