How Mint Protects Their Customer Data From Loss

09.27.07 | Online Finances | 0 Comments | by junger

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Personal finance startup Mint has benefited from great press recently, including winning top prize at the TechCrunch40 conference and encouraging reviews.


But with new-found popularity, there also comes some skepticism.

There are obviously legitimate questions about the security of any online application that requires you to transmit sensitive data. And people are worried about third-parties that have access to their bank accounts.

So when I recently asked if you could trust account aggregators like Mint and Yodlee with your financial information, Aaron Patzer, founder and CEO of Mint, chimed in with how his company handles security.

On security, I'll make a bold statement: You're safer on Mint then with online banking. On Mint, you're completely anonymous. We never ask for a name, address, or SSN - just an email. We know about your finances

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