My First Merit / Citizens Bank / Huntington bank account will not update after the First Merit and Huntington merger.

First Merit merged with Huntington Bank on February 20 - 21. Since then, I cannot access my transactions in Mint. The Huntington Bank mentioned to wait a week, but it has been 9+ days now with no changes. (See https://www.huntington.com/-/media/pdf/Mint.pdf for the instructions stating to just wait a week and they will be automatically merged.) Mint mentions, "We can't find one of your accounts" when trying to sync them.

I think the root issue is that this old First Merit account used to be a Citizens Bank account before Citizens Bank merged with First Merit. I believe that these certain accounts are not migrating in Mint correctly. I was able to access my account in Mint post Citizens Bank and First Merit merger.

I can access my account on Huntington.com, but would like to access it on Mint too.

Let me know if you need any more info.

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