When will the Target Credit Card issue be fixed?

My Target credit card has not been able to update for over a week now.  One answer to this problem has been from Mint Mina, "Target Credit Card is currently experiencing technical difficulties which are preventing us from updating your accounts. We are investigating the issue, but there is not an ETA available at this time."  I checked with Target and they answered, "We're currently not aware of an issue with technical issue preventing you from viewing your REDcard information through Mint.com. It's most likely and error with Mint.com."

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Can someone please suggest another site similar to Mint that you trust and I can use? My Target card is my main credit source as well as an additional card associated with it that my daughter uses regularly and I ABSOLUTELY need daily updates. It has been 3 weeks since my Target card updated in Mint. I have had 30+ transactions since then which are not showing. This card has also been compromised in the past and that's part of the reason I check Mint everyday to be sure no unauthorized use is taking place...
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