How To Delete Intuit Mint Account.
Hi, you are on this platform simply because you want to know how to delete, close, terminate, and even manage your Intuit Mint account.
If that is true, then you are on the right platform.
We are simply going to guide you on how to close your account. So whatever be the reason you want to close your account is not our business. But our major concern is to guide you on how to delete, close, or even manage your account.
Meanwhile, Mint, also known as Intuit Mint and formerly known as Mint.com, is a personal financial management website and mobile app for the US and Canada produced by Intuit, Inc. Mint.com was originally created by Aaron Patzer and provided account aggregation through a deal with Yodlee, but switched to using Intuit’s own system for connecting to accounts after it was purchased by Intuit in 2009. So Mint’s primary service allows users to track bank, credit card, investment, and loan balances and transactions through a single user interface, as well as create budgets and set financial goals.
How To Delete Intuit Mint Account
Follow these steps below to delete your mint account (user in the United States):
Step 1. Sign in to your Intuit account here. If you’re in the Mint app, you need to exit it and sign in to a browser. Deleting the app without also going through these steps won’t delete your Mint account.
Step 2. Select Data & privacy.
Step 3. Select Delete.
Step 4. Now tell them the reason you want to delete your data. For most users, this will be I want to delete data for products I no longer use.
Step 5. Continue through the screens and answer our questions until you get to the Send your request screen.
Step 6. And finally, enter your Mint password and select Delete this data.
NOTE: If you’re told That didn’t work or incorrect password, then you will have to clear your browser cache and try again.
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