I updated/verified my email to receive notifications about my spending but the program keeps sending notifications to my old email. How can I fix this?

I originally created the account with an AOL email but then changed the login and the notification email to a GMAIL account. Mint continues to email me at AOL even though I have removed that as an option.

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Hello fatjonaaliaj

If you’d like to change the email address you are using to login into Mint, you can follow the steps below:

  1. Login to your Mint account.
  2. Click the Settings link on the top of the page.
  3. Click the Sign in & Security tab
  4. Change "Change" link beside “Email address” and you’ll see a field to enter the new email address.
  5. Enter in the password for your account.
  6. Then, click the “Save Changes” button.

If you'd like to have your Weekly Summary Email sent to a secondary email address, all you need to do is add the email in the field where you see “Also send email to”.

Let me know how things work.

Thanks!

- Mint Aga

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