Can't access Wells Fargo with Mint and Two-Step sign-in (enhanced security) feature. When disabled it works, are there plans to allow WF enhanced security with Mint?

There is an issue with Mint and Wells Fargo Two-Step sign-in (enhanced security) feature.  When the enchanced security feature is enabled with Wells Fargo on it requires a text code to continue to the site or mobile app.  With this enabled Mint shows there is a problem with my account and to goto wellsfargo to verify my identity.  There is no way to do this on and I have called  Wells Fargo there is no issue on their end.   I should note that when I disable the enhanced security Mint shows my account is working fine.   Are there plans to allow Wells Fargo enhanced security with Mint?


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I was able to work around this by creating a read-only account under my Wells Fargo account online. I used the read-only account with Mint.

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