How can I log into my account? I've done the password recovery steps two separate times now. Both times I get a message saying, "Your account is temporarily unavailable."

I cannot log into my account. Here's what I did: 

1) I did the password recovery on my account. I changed the password. 

2) I tried to log in using my new password, it wouldn't work. I kept re-entering my new password until I got the following message: Your account is temporarily unavailable.You have exceeded the maximum number of attempts to sign in. Limiting the number of attempts helps keep your account safe. You may try again in 15 minutes." 

3) I waited 15 minutes and tried again. But when I tried again, I got the same 15 minute message. 

4) I clicked the password recovery link. Before clicking on the password recovery link in my email, I waited one hour. 

5) After one hour passed, I clicked the link in my password recovery email. I changed my password again. 

6) I tried logging in, I got the 15 minute error message. 

Can I log into mint.com ever again? Or will I be permanently locked out of my account? 

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