Broken account not syncing alternatives

I wanted to see what alternatives I have to waiting for the engineering team to fix an account that no longer syncs due to some weird back end issue. Basically my main account (Capital One) no longer syncs which makes mint pretty useless at this point. It has been broken since July and has already caused issue as I apparently rely on mint too much. I ping customer support every month or so but the the engineers seem unable to fix it.

Alternatives I'm thinking about are:

(1) Creating a duplicate mint account and adding my bank accounts to that one again in the hopes dev will one day resolve the issue on my main account. But all my account rules/data would be starting from scratch again. How many days does mint import? I feel at this point I've already lost data as I think I read mint only pulls 30-90 days worth so my main account won't be getting jul-aug assuming the issue was fixed today...

(2) Possibly only losing my main accounts data I can delete the broken account and hope that readding doesn't create the same issue.

Any other alternatives minus doing nothing I've missed?


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