can not sign in

unfortunately, I had an Intuit account and a Mint account and somehow they joined together now my account will take neither password NO MATTER HOW MANY TIMES I RESET IT  - I quit using Turbo Tax years ago when it gave me major problems with Win 7 so now I go to an accountant but I can not open my Mint account - I get emails with notices but each time I reset password it does not like it - I had the password set in LastPass but when I became part of a community vs just Mint I can do nothing with my account 

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I found this on another thread: Hey Minter, are you still encountering issues signing in? Please contact our support using this link: http://help.mint.com/General/xxxxxxxxx/How-do-I-contact-customer-care.htm

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