The TD Canada trust issue is updating, but all data previous to 250 days is missing, split transactions are reverted, tags and comments are missing.

The issue at is marked as "fully resolved", but for myself and I'm sure many others, significant effort and trust went in to keeping mint transactions properly tagged, commented, and having a full history that goes back as far as we first started using mint.  I don't think it's fair to mark the TD Canada Trust issue as "Fully Resolved" without addressing these.

At the very least, can offer our full history as a downloadable csv (or other comparable standard format) so that we have a record of it?



This issue is now resolved. Please see this link for reference

Thank you,

Mint Christine

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