When attempting to add my Chase accounts, I receive the error "Something unexpected happened and we can't connect to Chase Bank". How can I resolve?

I have been trying for several weeks to add my Chase credit cards to Mint. I previously had a Chase account on Mint's site, but attempted to delete and add back my Chase accounts after Mint would not recognize the new card. Each time I attempt to add the accounts now, I receive the following error:

Something unexpected happened and we can’t connect to Chase Bank.

Try again in a few hours. (590)


I had the same problem. I logged in to my Chase account and they have a new feature called AccountSafe that allows apps access to your account data. I added Intuit Mint and everything seemed good but then I got a second Chase account in Mint for the same credit card. I now get duplicate transactions every day and am trying to work out how to stop that! Mint doesn't allow you to delete a card, only make it inactive. Still working on it.

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