Disabling automatic login for financial institutions not used?
I'd like a feature to disable logging in for financial institutions I no longer use to stop login errors from occurring as I don't remember the login details anymore or the accounts are disabled.
I have old financial institute logins from institutions I no longer have active accounts at and have marked all the sub accounts as inactive in Mint. In many cases, I no longer remember the login details or the logins are disabled for these accounts as some are 5-10 years old. It would be good to have a feature to disable login attempts to these financial institutions to avoid errors on refreshes.
To put this in perspective, I have 8 logins in an error state.
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