Constant "Temporary Connectivity Issue!" for Oregonians Credit Union

There are several other questions about the same problem posted here, and each one says "wait a few days, it should get resolved automatically" or something to that effect. I have waited a few months and it still has not been resolved; Mint has not been able to import my transactions from this account at any point since I changed credit unions. I've been using Mint for several years and this is the first bank/CU I've had a persistent issue with.

Can we get the tech people at Mint to take a closer look at this one, and if necessary work with Oregonians CU to get it fixed? Is there anything I can do to assist? I'd be happy to contact the credit union and talk to them about it if I can get the necessary technical info for them to fix anything that might be wrong on their end. 

Please feel free to contact me directly. I'd really like to get this fixed so I can start using Mint again. Right now I'm paying a monthly fee and essentially getting nothing except credit/identity monitoring out of it, which I could get cheaper elsewhere.

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