To delete your Mint account, go here….From the Mint app:
- Open the Mint app and go to Settings.
- Select Accounts and then tap the account you’d like to deactivate.
- Tap the pencil icon in the right corner.
- Scroll down to Status and select Inactive.
- Scroll and select Done
Can i delete inactive accounts on mint?
How do I delete inactive accounts on mint? The inactive account can be found in Activity => Incoming transaction. Account that have an empty balance and have been inactive for more than one year can be deleted. This article provides a step by step guide on how to delete those inactive accounts from your Mint account.
Step 1: Go to Mint(www.mint.com). On the homepage, you will see activity summary of your account. Click the ‘Income’ link at the right hand side of the page to go to income summary page
Step 2: From this page, click “See All incoming transactions (receive) for the current year”. From the drop-down list, click ‘More than a year’ as shown in the example. This will show you all outgoings on your current account.
Step 3: To delete an inactive account from your Mint account, simply select the check box next to the account (as shown by my sample image below), and then click Delete at the top of your screen. You will be asked to confirm if you really want this account deleted from your Mint Account permanently. Click Delete again to proceed with deletion.
Step 4: You’ve successfully removed an inactive account from Mint (www. mint.com).
If you want to remove another account, simply click on the back button at the top left hand side of your page. You will be taken to income summary page as shown above ( Step 1) and from there you can repeat the steps again.
Step 5: That’s it! After removing all inactive accounts from your Mint account, you can always go to the activity summary page on your Mint Account(www.mint.com). From there, you’ll see that there is less transactions than before.
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I’m contributing to a talk by J.J. Ramberg, founder of mint.com at the Republican Jewish Coalition Spring Leadership Meeting held in Las Vegas on February 4, 2012 before a live audience at the Four Seasons Hotel and Casino for this video . I screen recorded my voice to help it along with others in case the video does not play or is too fast to follow along with so you can hear what he’s saying but also know what your options are on his website if you cannot see it well enough to use it yourself: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xl3WnElDt-Y
If you want to start fresh with Mint, quickly deleting banks and accounts will be easier than waiting for the cancellation to process
Note: Deleting an account is separate from cancelling.
As a user, if you forgot your Mint password or user ID, please visit https://accounts.mint.com/index.html and select ‘I forgot my password’. Enter your phone number, email address, or username to receive a new passcode via email
What do I do if my bank, credit card or other financial institution doesn’t show up in Mint? *Search for the name of your bank exactly as it appears on its website. For example, 1st Advantage instead of First Advantage.* *Search for the issuer listed on the back of your card instead of searching for the generic term.
How do I make an account private?
Sign into Mint.com and select Settings from the black bar at the top of the page.
Select Hide from the left, then choose which accounts you want to hide and whether you want to hide it from Budgets and Trend or Everywhere.
You can use the Mint app without any link to a bank or other money account. The app will be more difficult to use, of course, as it is designed to connect with online accounts.
Mint offers a range of security measures to help keep its customers’ personal and financial information safe.