Mint not connecting to Fidelity Investments, tried change pw, still no luck.

Tried changing pw on my Fidelity Investments acct.  Then tried Mint logon. Still it is not refreshing.


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Thanks to Lucas who pointed out a workaround fix. Go to Fidelity and turn off 2 factor authentication, then go back to mint and update your login and it should work. I believe mint is aware of the issue and hopefully they fix it soon so we can turn 2 factor back on again. 


This is still not working, after changing password on fidelity and confirming the new password works I go to mint, update my login and try and login in and I see this:

Try signing in again.
Check for any typos or other errors. (103)

So this is still not working and has been down for almost 10 days. Soon we will lose data as the sync does not go very far back. 

Mint, what is taking so long to fix this?

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