Hsbc Canada is not syncing with Mint. It says that HSBC is blocking Mint however when I called the bank they said the issue was not on their side. Any solutions?

I called HSBC and they said they were not blocking Mint in any way. However on my Mint account it says it’s not syncing because HSBC is blocking them. Not sure which side is actually telling the truth!


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HSBC works fine with other sites like Personal Capital, Charles Schwab, etc. 

Unless HSBC has a specific issue with Mint specifically (which seems doubtful), then It's safe to assume that it's Mint's issue, not HSBC's issue.

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