Filtering any company with an & sign in it does not work in MINT.

Simply put - there is a bug in MINT Filter by Company.

I tried to tell PAT at your support person but she didn't get it and I felt this was a waste of time.

If you filter by company with the & in the name.

For example:

1&1 Internet

AT&T Wireless


It does not work.  So, your filter has an issue with the & sign (and maybe some other encapsulated characters)

Go to Transactions and find any company with & in it.  On the right, click on the option "Show All 1&1 Internet" and when you do - zero (0) transactions come up.  Same with AT&T Wireless.

I'm 100% sure the issue is with the & being in the name.

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Answer

I can't say why you're having this problem but the ampersand symbol (&) shouldn't be what's causing it. I say this because I have accounts with AT&T (not Wireless but U-Verse and landline service) and PG&E and have no problem accessing my accounts. Hopefully someone at Mint will be able to resolve the problem for you. Good luck! 

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