naming accounts and mint notifications

Hi there,

I have named my accounts in mint, but when I get an email warning about a bank fee (for example) the email gives me no clue which account it was for.  Is there any way to get mint to tell me the account nickname or at least the last four digits or SOMETHING?

thanks in advance


Hello jordan,

Thank you for your question! I am glad you are getting good use out of Mint and see that you have many accounts which makes sense that you would desire as much clarification as possible. Unfortunately at this time Mint has no plans on changing our notification system. You would have to check your accounts for a bank fee to see where it was originating.

Thank you,
Mint Maggie

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