I have a joint bank account with my wife through Bank of America but only her card and transactions go through and my debit and credit cards dont show anything.

I plug in my account information and it is only her debit and credit card that shows up through Mint. I would like all five of our cards to show up on Mint (Her two credit cards, debit card and my credit card and debit card). How do I have Mint show all of our transactions? Thank you

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Hi  dildinetaylor


We're sorry for the trouble you encounter. 

I believe this issue need further investigation with our support team, please Contact us using this link: https://help.mint.com/  so we can further investigate the issue and update you directly from there.

Thanks, 


Mint Steph

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