How does Mint classify a beta? I checked almost a year ago and one of my banks is still in beta.

Don't take this the wrong way but when it says Beta your giving people hope. For example:

"Link your DBS Bank (Singapore) Personal Banking - Beta account to Mint"

Beta more than a year, that is not a beta. Either your going to do it or your not, so please just commit to something.

I like mint, but I am going to give it 3 more months and I'll close the accounts. Personally I feel like the word "Beta" is being over used here.

Either its going to be implemented OR its not, and it doesn't take a year to figure that out. Customer expect answers eventually and hiding behind a beta is wrong.

Please confirm the status with your developer, if your development process is worth anything they will be using a CD/CI and have DBS as a feature to be added. The Developer will also update the status and bugs with that feature.


if the problem is DBS bank, then tell us because we can raise concerns with them.


So please figure out what the hell a beta is and stop over using it.

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