I can no longer log into the Justice CC. It used to be managed by Comenity but is now managed by Capital One. There is no option to add a Justice Capital One CC.

I can no longer log into the Justice Credit Card.  It used to be managed by Comenity but is now managed by Capital One.  The log in information has stayed the same but it no longer connects and there is no option to add a new account under Justice Capital One Credit Card.  The only option is Justice Credit Card(Comenity).  


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Hi Minter,


Thanks for contacting Mint!

We could not access your account due to incorrect credentials. Our previous attempt to access this account failed. In order to avoid locking out this account, we will not attempt to access this account again until the credentials have been updated.

Thus, we've create a ticket #425767265 to address your issue:

Regards,

Agatha A.
Intuit Mint | We simplify the business of life

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