Does Mint support the new CollegeInvest aggregator access?

I can see how to change my ID & PW, but I do not see how to change the URL to the new aggregator version: https://www.collegeinvest529.com/aggregator.

I also do not see a "CollegeInvest Aggregator" in the Add Account search. "CollegeInvest - Direct Portfolio" is there, but not an aggregator version.

If I could propose a solution, I'd like to be able to edit my existing CollegeInvest account with the new URL and credentials versus having to create a new account and close the old one.

Thanks.

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Hi  jeff, 


Thank you for letting us know that the login URL we point to may not be the same as the login URL you use to access your accounts directly from the bank site. We'd be happy to pass this information along to our provider for review.

In order to do so, we'll need the following information:

Please send it via email at https://help.mint.com


Mint Steph

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