Accounts disappeared from Mint after I changed my bank security questions.

Hello, I have the feeling my cause is useless but could you please confirm this? I don't really want to switch to another budget management app. I have changed my security questions on my bank portal and I wanted to check my accounts on Mint but they disappeared. I tried to add them again and it worked. However, now, I have lost all the history but 30 days. Luckily I made a save of all my transactions (5009 since 2011) at the beginning of the week. What can I do to do everything back to normal? I am a long time user. Thanks


Hello  jeanbaptiste.gau

I know that it is not an ideal situation for you to lose the account and the transactions. I have checked your account and it seems that I can't figured out what account are you talking about. 

Please response to us and tell us what bank you are having issues with. 

Thank you, 

Mint Christine

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