Merge "Hewitt Assoicates" data into new "Aon Hewitt" Account?

Hi, wondering if there is any way I can import the data from my "Hewitt Associates - Siemens 401(k)" account into the new (correct) "Aon Hewitt" account?

My "Hewitt Associates - Siemens 401(k)" account stopped syncing back at the end of August: I know why, I changed my password. However, now when I go to https://mint.intuit.com/settings.event#?filter=all, select the "gear" icon, and select "Edit Password", rather than give me the "Edit Password" screen, Mint opens up the "Add New Account" screen. I have successfully added "Aon Hewitt" now, and it is properly syncing. All of my other accounts properly allow me to "Edit Password", it is only this account with the bug.

Unfortunately, the new account does not have the historical data that makes Mint a useful service. Is there a way to link these accounts, or merge the data from the "broken" account into the "good" account?


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