Any update on adding LendKey to Mint account?

There have been questions regarding adding LendKey (2) that were last addressed 9 months ago. There has been no update nor has there been any progress on adding LendKey to Mint. Does Mint have any answers? Or are those Mint users who also have LendKey account (advertised on Mint; CU Student Loans, McGraw-Hill Credit Union, serviced by LendKey) left high and dry? 

Please update your customer base. Thank you very much. 

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I emailed mint customer support requesting the LendKey account and have been getting the same general response:

 We've received your request to support your bank or financial institution and will pass it along to our data provider for consideration if/when we receive at least four other requests from other users who wish to add this bank (we need a minimum of five requests before we can escalate the request).  

I said it was strange that they had not added this bank yet considering that LendKey advertises Mint on their site, and I have seen at least 4 other requests within this community.

This was the response I got:

I understand that it seems that there are a bunch of people requesting it on the forum for the bank to be added, but I just want to share with you that what you've done, creating a ticket for add request for your bank, is what they need to do to count it like a vote for the bank to be added in Mint.

So, assuming there are four other people out there that need LendKey added and submit a ticket, it *should* be escalated.
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