Office Depot has 3 different types of accounts all with Citibank Retail and Mint only provides access to the Business card. No access to Personal and net terms accounts.

Office Depot has 3 different cards:

Business

Personal

Net Terms

Mint only allows access to business cards.  I've asked repeatedly to have access to personal cards added and get completely stonewalled by Mint with a multitude of different excuses as to why the personal credit card hasn't been added.  Citi has all of the accounts set for outside service access (I have no problem accessing data in my bill pay through my local bank) But Mint refuses to listen or forward to engineering the simple solution of separating the three different card types by URL and allowing personal card access, which is Office Depot's biggest customer base as far as store cards go.  Mint, please FIX this issue

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