Recurring Problem. "We can't seem to connect with your Charles Schwab account"

Signed up for Mint mid October.  Come November, December and now January I keep receiving messages that my Charles Schwab accounts were no longer updating.

A month ago I signed into Schwab to confirm my same credentials worked with them.  

At that time and each time this problem happens Schwab presents the following at login "For your security, this Login ID has been suspended." forcing me to update my password.

Seconds later I update Mint with the updated Schwab credentials.  Mint successfully validates the credentials and updates my info.

It fixes the problem only momentarily and after some days/weeks I get the same "We can't seem to connect with your Charles Schwab account."

Is there any hope for the interplay between Schwab and Mint or do I need to move on to testing Schwab with CountAbout instead?

I have a hunch my observation isn't an isolated problem per a couple other threads.

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