business bank account

We have personal bank accounts with Athens First Bank and Trust, which are linked.

We also have some business bank accounts in which we manage some rental property.  I would like to access all of this information - in the same account, if possible.  I tried to add the business accounts to my mint account with no luck.  Mint doesn't recognize the business login information.  In addition, I tried to set up a separate Mint.com account , and then add the business accounts.  Again, the  login information was not recognized.  I am certain that the login info is correct.  Please help!  Thanks!

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Thanks for your help.  The link to  login to Athens First is : https://afbtbank.synovus.com

Then, under "Log In" you have to select either "Account Type: Business" or "Account Type: Personal".  I have linked my personal accounts with no problem.  But I would like to access our "business" accounts as well.  When I enter that login information it is not recognized.

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