Chase Bank - New Connection Method in Mint

Mint has a new way of connecting to Chase bank.  This method will make it easier for users to connect to Mint going forward.   For information on this new process, please see below:


  1. What’s new about Mint’s connection to Chase?

The short answer is, it’s faster and more reliable, which means fewer sync errors for you.

The long answer is, Mint now signs in to select banks using OAuth (Open Standard for Authentication) to more easily access your financial accounts.

If you’ve ever signed in to an app using your Google or Facebook account, you’ve used OAuth before. It means that you no longer have to give us your Chase username and password. Instead, you tell your bank, “Hey, I want Mint to access my account!” They send us a special key (called a token) that we use to access your account. After that, we can still securely access your account even if you change your password.

  1. What do I need to do?

    If you have already linked an account, you’ll see messages in Mint to update your connection. Follow the instructions to update, and you’re done!

    If you’re linking a new account (that’s eligible for this new connection), just link it normally and you’re done!

  2. What does the login look like?

      Click to link your Chase account to Mint


On the Chase login screen, enter your username and password and complete the sign in process



Choose the accounts you want to see in Mint


  1. Why do I have to sign in to my Chase to do this?

    This new connection is an agreement between Intuit and Chase to give us your data directly. In order to do this, your bank needs your permission to switch to this new connection. They need you to sign in to their site so they know it’s you. Once you give them permission, we can take care of everything after that.

  2. What should I do if I think someone else is accessing my account?

    We want to make sure you and your information stays safe! Go in depth here:
  3. How do I disconnect my bank from Mint?

    Have your bank revoke access to Mint, so we can’t access your info. You can do this online at your bank website. (You can always reconnect your account by clicking on the Restart Syncing button next to that account in Mint.)