Discover accounts are not visible after unified/single login

I used to have two Discover accounts: One for credit cards, and one for loans. They had separate logins and separate ways of adding them in Mint. This all worked fine.

A few days ago I received an email from Discover that I could unify my logins on their site, which I did. At this point, both of my Discover accounts on Mint would not work.

I deleted both accounts and added a new account. The new account recognizes and imports credit card data, but does not recognize the loan at all (it doesn't show up on the accounts page or the overview).

I've tried adding the loan separately again, but when I do so, Mint says that there's a problem and I should try again later. Is there any support for unified Discover logins in Mint at this time?


Hi dan

Thanks for asking this. 

We understand that you have unified the logins you're using for your Discover Card accounts. You can use this unified logins in Mint however, when it comes to Discover Card accounts, credit cards and cash/loan accounts are still separated. Though you're using one login credentials for them, you have to add them separately as what you did before because cash accounts under Discover Card are being tracked under Discover Bank, and credit card accounts are being tracked under Discover Card. 

Having said that, you still have to add Discover Bank to be able to pull in your loan account.

- Mint Rae

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