What's up with Mint? Existing functionality keeps breaking. It may be time to look for another solution.

 My issues: 

1-selecting multiple acounts in trends doesn't work anymore

2-Loan pay off goal suddenly shows the goal as met with $34K left.  Mint still recognizes the debt everywhere else, but for some reason shows the goal as met.

3-Net worth calculation in trends all of a sudden is wrong.  It's been right for years, but all of a sudden my historic networth inflated by $>100K. It is right for June, so it looks like my net worth dropped.  The historic data is wrong and useless.

4-It's trying to download data from closed accounts, and is giving an error that my accounts need attention.  These accounts have been marked closed in Mint and it shouldn't be trying to download the data.


It seems everytime I get into Mint lately, there is something else that is not working.

Answer

Hello aunttoad,

We appreciate your feedback. I understand how concerning that is to see. We apologize for the inconvenience this issue is causing. The good news is that our Prod Dev Team are fully aware about the issues in the Trends page. They are diligently working on them. Sorry but there's no ETA to provide.

Thanks for understanding and truly appreciate your patience.

Regards,

Mint Christine

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