State Farm Bank- I am upset that State Farm made the decision to stop supporting MINT. Has anyone but me filed a complaint with the company?

No more details other than I would like to organize a complaint campaign with State Farm to ask them to reconsider.  If not, I am considering dropping their accounts.  In 2012 they were supporters of MINT and encouraged people especially millennials to utilize a budget financial planning tool such as MINT.

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I wrote State Farm over a month ago and complained. I asked that they reconsider the decision to disable access to Personal Financial Management (PFM) providers as all other accounts (banks, loans, investments, credit cards) do and continue to support access to PFMs. The response that I received was that my feedback was forwarded to the appropriate department at State Farm. That is the last I heard about it.   State Farm have made their decision. As PFMs are a very helpful and an important tool for me I have since opened new accounts with a different bank and have transferred all my balances out of State Farm. I will be closing my State Farm Bank accounts after being with them over 12 years.

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