Can I no longer sync Firstbank accounts with Mint?

I have connected my Firstbank account to Mint for three years, and as of February it is no longer working. Is this a bug or is Mint no longer a service that I can use?


Response from FirstBank of Colorado:
Thank you for your inquiry. to enroll for download services you will need to hover over the Online Banking tab and then select Download Services under the Accounts option. You will then have the option to sign-up for QuickBooks or Quicken downloads. Either option will work with the Mint application. You may also contact a representative at the number listed below for further assistance.

(This didn't immediately work for me but when I checked my mint account a couple days later, the data was there-all I had to do was what's listed above).
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