Certificate of Deposit Sub-accounts are not imported for First Community Credit Union (Houston, TX) accounts.

I recently opened a Certificate of Deposit account under my previously connected "First Community Credit Union (Houston, TX)" [FCCU] account.  The existence and transnational details for this account are showing up on their website, but Mint detects neither.

Reentering my username and password for the account in Mint has no effect.  Transaction details for my other FCCU sub-accounts are up-to-date and accurate (with the exception of loans, which were oddly duplicated upon being paid-off).


Hello subsider34,

I understand that one of your accounts is not appearing in Mint. In attempt to resolve the issue, I triggered an update that should help with the account discovery. Please refrain from logging into your Mint account for 24 hours so that our automatic daily batch process can run its course which could help in resolving the issue. Kindly check your Mint profile after the timeframe and check if there's any changes.

If after 24 hours, the account still does not show up, please submit a ticket with our Support Team via 
Email or Chat so they can gather more information that can be used for further investigation. 

Thank you for your cooperation.


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