transactions not updating


My actual balances are updating, but if I look at my transactions, I don't have the last  couple of days. This is all my Wells Fargo credit  card - the only one I've used over the last few days. This throws off my budgeting. How can I resolve this without losing all my history on this card?.


Hello rebeccalwatkins,

Thank you for using the Mint Community Boards! Do not delete your account as this will not resolve your issue and you will lose all of your historical data permenantly.

Please login to Mint, go to Accounts at the top of your page and manually refresh this account to see if this draws in your missing transactions. If this does not, please then Contact Mint at and report that you did try refreshing your account. I'm sorry for the inconvenience.

Thank you,
Mint Maggie

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