Budgets for past few months greyed out

This issue has been going on for a month now. See: https://mint.lc.intuit.com/questions/1525733-known-issue-budget-spending-section-is-grayed-out

I have tried contacting Mint chat and e-mail support numerous times, to no avail. They just tell me unhelpful things like "rest assured," "no worries," "I got your back."

I have opened two trouble tickets, and as far as I can tell no one is working on them.

Has Mint completely given up on fixing bugs?  Has Intuit just abandoned the site?

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Hello  sb1980 


You have the correct link. This is a known issue in our end. Our Product Development team is working on this too be fixed. 

I also saw that your ticket is was submitted to our specialist for investigation. We apologize if it takes too long for he resolution to be provided or release. 

Thank you. 

Mint Christine

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