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Does the financial site support Canadian financial intitusions?

Asked by ukasaka (57points) July 30th, 2008

Such as TD Bank, Scotiabank, CIBC…

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marinelife's avatar

No. From the site:

“Aaron Patzer created Mint as the antidote to current online financial management “solutions,” which require accounting knowledge and hours of maintenance. Aaron is both the visionary and technical mind behind Mint the first free, automatic and secure way for money management and save money online. He designed Mint to meet his own needs and those of people like him who value the immediacy of the Web, simplicity and their free time. Prior to founding Mint, Aaron was an architect and technical lead for the San Jose division of Nascentric. Before Nascentric, Aaron worked for IBM and founded two web development and online marketing companies: PWeb and International. Aaron holds an MSEE from Princeton University and a BS in computer science, computer engineering, and electrical engineering from Duke University.”

fuzzybunny's avatar

What does that have to do with Mint supporting other countries?

Regardless, Mint does not support Canadian FIs. Although I’m sure I read somewhere that they might in the future.

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