A commenter on my recent post about Yodlee's account aggregation service mentioned another website called Mint.com. I have known about Mint.com for some time, but I've never used them for account aggregation. Another commenter mentioned that Mint runs with a Yodlee backend and provides a "pretty user interface" on the front end.
To give credit where credit is due, it looks like Peter Hazlehurst (Senior Vice President at Yodlee) has once again resurfaced. I have said that Yodlee's customer service is fairly responsive, and they have corrected the problems I had experienced with missing and duplicate transactions in my Bank of America and Chase accounts. I also have not received any "Account Error" messages since December 10th, so I take that as a good sign.
Getting back to the topic, can anybody who has used both Yodlee and Mint.com tell me what the advantage and disadvantages of each one is? What do other readers think? Thanks.
See also: Does Anybody Use Wesabe?
Tuesday, January 12, 2010
Mint.com Versus Yodlee
Posted by pfstock at 6:53 AM
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