My mint account details are gone.

Admittedly it has been a while since I logged in.  I stopped getting emails about transaction details in May.  And I just logged in and everything is gone.  

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Hello andreajeanne,

I looked up your Mint account using this email add and I noticed that the Mint account is a newly created one today 8/30/2016. I also saw that you have linked only one bank account to it. If this is not the email add that you used to setup your old Mint, you can look up for that and we can check why you haven't received emails in May.

Thanks,

Gerlie

     
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