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Mint.com - anyone use it?

November 5th, 2011 at 08:03 am

I love the idea behind Mint.com. However, I have yet to be able to use it successfully. The most irritating thing about it, is that it will categorize purchases all by itself after I've already categorized them (or, in Mint.com terms, set a budget for them). So it screws everything up. I am probably missing something, as Mint has a HUGE user base.

Anyone use it?

Also, credit score went up two points this month, probably from paying off the personal loan. Was hoping to see it go up a lot more, but oh well.

2 Responses to “Mint.com - anyone use it?”

  1. Ralph Says:

    I used to use it regularly, but I have fallen off the wagon. I had a budget set up and I was using that feature quite happily, but it appears they have made some changes that rendered it broken. No wait, what is broken is that my Credit Union redid their website so I am not getting updates any more. I tried several times to fix it. I am going back now to see if it has managed to heal itself by now!

    I used quickenonline before it turned into Mint, and it was a very frustrating experience. Mint is a LITTLE better, but IMO these programs still have not returned to the level of usability of the original PC-based Quicken.

  2. Frgal Says:

    Well, I am glad that it is not only me that finds it irritating!

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