- Dovenmuehle, Wells Fargo, Cardinal - no longer work as of A YEAR AGO, require a passcode for MFA. Mint Bills supports them - when will Mint?

A number of mortgage processors, including Dovenmuehle, Wells Fargo, Cardinal, all moved to a private label servicing platform called  This happened a year ago.  Since then, Mint has been unable to pull transaction history from these accounts.

The response from several months back from Mint Support is that Mint does not support entering the passcode required for MFA from  However, Mint Bills *DOES* support it, and it works!

So, what gives?  Why is this not available on if Mint Bills supports the passcode?

Not to mention, multiple other PFM aggregation sites do support entering a passcode.

This has been super frustrating.  My most important loan - my mortgage - is no longer available to track, categorize, alert, etc.  Really big deal.

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