Why does the search button return nothing when I try to add a new account?

When I try to add a new account for my Discover credit card, the search button under Add Accounts appears to do nothing. I figured maybe my search for "Discover" was bad, so I tried a search for a bank I already added like "TD Bank", and this also returned nothing. The search appears to be broken?

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Hi  kirk.north


Thank you for using Mint.  We apologize for the issue, were you able to add the bank that you are trying to add or search? If still nothing happens, please try to clear your cache and cookies and use a different browser in attempt to resolve the issue. 

If still the issue persist, get back to us or contact us here: http://help.mint.com

Regards, 

Mint Christine

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