Transaction search is not working or finding any transactions for one of my categories (M&V Limo) and mobile app not working.

For the past few days when I go to search transactions for the category "M&V Limo" it will not pull anything, it keeps saying there are no transactions that can be displayed. However I know for a fact that there are multiple transactions for this category and I can't understand why all of a sudden it will not search correctly. Also since Sunday night, my mobile app on my iPhone has not been working at all. It just keeps showing "updating accounts" but never does. This was just after I installed then new Apple IOS 9.2 on my phone. Is the Mint app not currently compatible with the new IOS? Thank you for your help!


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I reported this 2 months ago, their client-side JavaScript has a very easy bug to fix. They are dragging their feet with fixing it.

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