I have been unable to link my Verizon Wireless account to Mint. All other accounts are linking properly. Is there a known issue?

  1. The name of the problematic account: Verizon Wireless
  2. The URL you use to login to the provider:  https://login.verizonwireless.com/amserver/UI/Login (also tried recommended link on Mint.com's "Add Provider" page).
  3. The specific error messages that you get when trying to add the account to your Mint account: "Hmmm. We’re having trouble connecting. Please wait a little while and try again." I have received this message for over a month.
  4. Information about extra security requirements your provider requires to log in, such as image verification, additional security questions, incorrect forms, etc.: Yes, Verizon Wireless does ask a security question after direct login.
  5. Can you successfully log in to your account's website directly? Yes. No problem logging in direct.


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Same here.   Been better part of a month and all I get is "Please try again later"

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