merrill lynch benefits online temporary connectivity issue

I'm been receiving a "Temporary Connectivity Issue" when trying to update my two Merrill Lynch Benefits OnLine accounts for the last 3 weeks! I try clicking "Fix It" and try again, to no avail. I've even re-entered my log-in credentials and still get the same error. I wound up removing one of my two accounts and re-added and now it doesn't sync at all and gives the same "Temporary Connectivity Issue" error. I've logged into the site separately with no problem so this seems to be an error on Mint's side.

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I believe that the Mint people should be reading these questions and answering them.  It is not obvious that users have any insight into questions such as this one related to an error message.  Mint, please participate in this forum . . . .

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