I opened up a new Capital One 360 Money Market Account and it is not showing up in the account summary, even after removing 360 and re-adding it to Mint. Is anyone else having this problem? Is it a known issue?
Thank you for you patience. Mint is unable to aggregate your Money Market accounts from Capital One because they do not currently offer them as part of the secure online service they provide to us, to access your accounts. Capital One has been working to make updates to their service in order to allow Money Market accounts for aggregation, and advised they would have a solution available in May. Unfortunately however, we have not received an updated ETA as of this time. We suggest you contact Capital One 360 directly to inquire as to when your MMA's will be available in Mint.
Update: 5/25/016: Capital One 360 plans to have a solution available by mid June.
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