Some creditors block Mint on purpose because Mint advertises & promotes their competitors (in return for a fee, of course).
This is especially common with sub-prime tier creditors who have high interest rates, because every time you log in, Mint will be recommending a competing card with a lower rate.
Consequently, I use Manilla.com to track my bills and current balances. They seem to have the largest portfolio of data partners, probably because they do not do the promotional marketing that Mint does. Not only can they track all your credit cards and bank accounts, they also track recurring subscriptions (e.g. Netflix) and reward program balances (FF miles, BestBuy RewardZone, Membership Rewards, etc.)
And they're the only site/app I've found that could track both CreditOne and GE. Although now that I kicked CreditOne to the curb that is one less thing to worry about.
Anyway, Manilla. Good stuff. Give it a try!
Mint also doesn't track two of my other rebuilder cards. I don't really care about that though since I don't use them much.
I prefer PageOnce. I have no clue what i would do with out that iPad app. Best thing ever. I have no GE accounts but everything else i got sync's up just fine with it. Even my car& renters ins. best buy reward points etc...
Wow, poor showing GE. My CU with the world's worst online system even works.
We must have the same credit union, Jutz.
Haha, did yours recently "upgrade" their system that is somehow even worse than before as well?
|Chase Freedom $9500|
DCU Visa $10000
Capital One QS $2000
AMEX BCE $3000
|Lowe's CC $8500|
WalMart CC $3100
BOA Platinum $600
AMEX Gold NPSL
Agreed on this. GE seems to have made a decision not to allow any sort of third party app access (no Mint.com, no Quicken, etc.)