Chase account down again.

For the last two days i've been getting:

"It appears the name or account number has changed for one or more of your accounts. Mint should automatically discover and reconcile these accounts"

My login is working perfectly, all my accounts are there.

please mint, fix this


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I have had off and on log-in issues for the last two weeks when trying to access my Chase account from my computer. My MINT account also is unable to connect with my Chase Visa card account. While I do not have an answer to this Chase connection issue on MINT, I did have a long conversation with a Chase technical support person today. They said that Chase is in the process of changing it's way of verifying the identity of the person logging in to be more secure and is now "discouraging" direct connect as a mechanism for downloading transactions into personal finance software (like iBank or Quicken)  They also acknowledged that "some" customers are having difficulty logging in right now (12/6/15).

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