Account Access Denied

I was unable to log into my account.  I requested assistance from customer support and they notified me that I would need to verify my account by providing them the banks and names of my accounts.  I provided them with what I could (remember I don't have access and wasn't certain after abandoning MINT because they didn't work with Synchrony Bank cards).  The Mint service team informed me that I needed to furnish more info.  I tried to provide more detail, but honestly it had been *months* since I looked at Mint.  They then cut off discussion and said that they couldn't help me. I assume they are trying to enforce a level of security?  Anyway - I still get weekly updates from Mint on the account they will not let me access.  I want to delete everything, but because I don't have the password I cannot.  This is really really dumb. NOTE: I created a new account to come here and complain.

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