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Delete Mint account | opt-out guide 2024

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How to delete your Mint account

Even though Mint is a great tool for managing finances, you might want to close it down for various reasons. In this guide, we will show you what steps you need to take in order to do so. To be precise, you will find out how to permanently deactivate your Mint account and also remove your financial info from Intuit’s database.

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What happens after you have deleted your Mint account

  • All of your transactions associated with a Mint account will get deleted.
  • In case you used a Mint sub-account, it will be deleted as well.

Please note that you can’t delete a Mint account using the mobile app. In order to delete your account, you will need to use a preferred web browser. Mint accounts and deletion requests are handled by Intuit. So, in order to delete your Mint account, you will need to delete your Intuit account.

A few things to know before deleting your Mint account

Even if you’ve made up your mind about deleting your account, we highly recommend you download your personal data before closing it down for good. Once you’ve requested your data to be downloaded, you are not able to delete your account. The process might take up to 45 days.

However, the whole process is pretty simple. Follow the steps below to handle the deletion.

How to delete your Mint account using PC or Mac

Step 1: Open a preferred web browser

Open a preferred web browser. You can use any web browser such as Safari, Chrome, Opera, Firefox, etc.

Step 2: Navigate to the Intuit account manager and login if prompted

Navigate to the Intuit account manager to log in to your Mint account. If logged in, you will see the Intuit homepage.

Mint.intuit screen 1

Step 3: Click “Settings”

Click “Settings” in the top right corner of the page.

Step 4: Click the “Sign In & Security” option

At this point, you will see the “Settings” column on the left side of the page. Select the “Sign In & Security” option.

Mint.intuit screen 2

Step 5: Click “Delete your Mint account”

Scroll down the appearing page to click “Delete your Mint account”.

Mint.intuit screen 3

Step 6: Click “YES, delete my Mint Account”

Click “YES, delete my Mint Account” in order to confirm your decision and you’re done!

Mint.intuit screen 4

Please note that your Mint account and its financial data will get permanently deleted within a period of 4 to 6 days.

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