I'm having problems seeing all of my Colorado PERA accounts in Mint.

I'm continuing to have problems accessing all of my Colorado PERA retirement accounts. What is displayed is the Colorado PERA 401(k) and Colorado 457 plan, but Mint does not show the account for the defined benefit plan, which is the pension plan that all PERA members contribute to. 

I was subscribed to the old thread, which has been considered 'Resolved' by the mint staff, but the problem never corrected itself. 

Sometimes it'll say that is syncs successfully, but it will not display the defined benefit plan. Other times, it'll display a message saying mint is unable to connect to the account. 

When you have a moment, can you take a closer look to see why all accounts are not syncing to Mint?

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