Many are having issues with HSBC as they no longer asks for a Personal Identifying Question. Hence, Mint needs to please remove it from their sign in options. Eta? Thx

Hi there, I (along with many others) are having issues having our HSBC banking credentials approved by Mint. This is due to the fact HSBC has changed its internet banking platform - it no longer asks for a Personal Identifying Question. Hence, Mint needs to reflect this change (that is, remove it from the sign in options). This has been put forth by others and yet, over the last few months it seems nothing has changed and the error persists (even though Mint.com is aware). Can you suggest to us why nothing has happened or give us an estimated time this will be fixed? If not, many people will start to look elsewhere and unfortunately negatively rate the app to warn others. Thanks so much.

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