I am unable to link myVRS to Mint.com.

Hello,

My wife and I have tried linking our myVRS (Virginia Retirement System) portfolios to Mint.com for over a month. We put our credentials in correctly, and we are told that they are invalid each time. Again, these credentials are 100% accurate. It appears that this used to be an issue a little over a year ago, but it was resolved. The issue may have been caused by myVRS changing its website, but that shouldn't be an issue at this point.

I thought I would renew this question since it appears to have reared its head again (but possibly for different reasons). For others reasons unknown, I can't submit a ticket, but this appears to be a broad issue affecting everyone with investments through VRS. Are there any solutions that have been identified by either members or help support?

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