Alliant Credit Union just released their 2 factor authentication feature. After enabling it on my account, Mint can no longer sync with my Alliant account. Help?

Previously, Mint was able to sync with my Alliant Credit Union account just fine.  However, after enabling Alliant Credit Union's new 2 factor authentication feature, Mint can no longer sync with it.  

I tried re-adding and re-typing my Alliant login in Mint, but no luck.  This suggests to me Mint doesn't support logging in with Alliant's 2 factor auth yet.

Can anyone confirm this is an issue with Mint? And when it might be supported?  Thank you.


I'm having the same problem.   I have two Alliant accounts, only the account with 2 factor authentication will not sync.  

Alliant's website clearly states that enabling 2 factor authentication will not affect 3rd party aggregator software such as Mint, which is obviously wrong.

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