I looked up your Mint account that's associated to your email address in this Community and I noticed that the account was deleted last 09/15/2015.
If you are looking to delete a different Mint account then you may follow the steps below. Please note that deleting the app from a mobile or tablet device will not delete a Mint account, it will just remove the app from your device. You can only delete your Mint account from a web browser.
- Login to your Mint.com account.
- Click the Settings link at the top of the page.
- Click Sign In & Security on the left pane
- Scroll to the very bottom of the Settings tab and click the link that
says "Delete Your Mint Account".
- Click YES, delete my Mint Account.
- Type your password to confirm, and then click Finish.
- The confirmation box will appear stating that your account has been
deleted and a confirmation email will be sent to you shortly. Click OK.
All account info should be permanently deleted within 2-3 days after
completing these steps.
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