10/14/2016 2:41PM PDT We are aware of this issue and our Engineers are already investigating. We’ll let you know once we have an update to share. If you'd like to receive notifications when this topic is updated, scroll to the bottom of the page (logged in as a user) and under "More Actions", click "Notify me of new answers".
NOTE: This issue will affect all accounts. If you're missing only a few transactions for a specific account, please Contact us using this link: https://help.mint.com/support
10/25/2016 9:22 AM PDT We are still working to restore the data. We will update you once again when the issue is resolved.
11/02/2016 2:39 PM PDT We
apologize but we don’t have any ETA to share as of this time. Please know that
our teams are still actively working this issue.
12/22/2016 11:40 AM PDT As you know, on Oct. 13, 2016 Mint experienced technical issues that resulted in the loss of your historical data in Mint. We have been working hard to find a way to restore your data, and recently implemented a solution that has restored data for your accounts.
Most accounts will have historical data restored dating back to Oct. 1, 2015. In some cases, additional historical data may be available. Please know, this is the most data that we’re able to safely restore without causing adverse effects to your accounts.
Thank you for your patience as we worked to resolve this issue, and we apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.
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