You can actually do his by closing her accounts from your Mint.com settings. Allow me to say that closing account in Mint will not affect her account from Wells Fargo's website. It's just a trick so that Mint will no longer aggregate data from those closed account starting from the day you've changed it. to do this, follow the steps below:
If you wish to close an account, but don't want to delete it and lose the historical transaction data, you can follow the steps below:
Click the Settings link at the top of the page.
Then under ""Your Accounts"" section, click ""All"" or ""Financial"" and choose account name you want to close.
Once done click the dropdown for Status and choose Closed.
Just click the blue ""Save"" button to apply your changes.
If you need further assistance on how to do it, you can Chat with our Chat Supportwhich is available 7 days a week between the hours of 5am-5pm Pacific time or you can file a ticket by using our Contact Mint form.
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