Again I am experiencing a connection problem with my Capital One M/C credit card account

This is copy paste from the Mint side of my account when I click on the " i " for information                      "We can't find your account.

If you recently closed an account, please set the status to "Closed" in the account details below. You may also see this message if your account name or number recently changed, in that case we will automatically try to detect your new account. "                                                                                                                                      Recently I have experienced the same problem several times with this account, do you have a solution for this continuous error ? also when I click on the " try again button, I receive a brief message  "  Something went wrong Please try again later "


Hi lqsi11, 

Good day! 

I've checked and triggered a connection refresh on your Capital One - Credit Cards (Current Statements) and I see that it is refreshing fine again. Please log back in to Mint to confirm. 

If this is not the case, please send us a ticket to our support team so they can gather data about your specific situation and communicate with you directly and further assist you. Please see the links below: 



Mint Steph

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