How do I contact mint support?

I added a second credit card to an account of mine a week ago, and it hasn't shown up in mint. According to other question here, I need to contact mint support, but there's no way to do so.

Whether I'm logged in or out, clicking the "help" or "get help" buttons brings me here.

If I go to the mint.com/help url directly, the "contact mint" button is not a clickable link. It's just a styled <div>.

There is a "log in" button at the top of mint.com/help, but clicking it takes me to the main mint site. When I return to mint.com/help, the log in button is still there, and the contact button is still not clickable.

I've tried this on Firefox, Chrome and IE, and I get the same result.

I get that the site was redesigned to reduce support requests, but this is crazy.

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