Tell a friend" resulted in suspended Facebook account
Mint.com has been a financial life saver for me. I can finally track where all my money goes and set a budget that I can follow! However, since its been acquired by Intuit, quality of service has been a little erratic. For example, a week went by before they resolved a problem with sync'ing with my bank. Its hard to fault a free service like this, but there are some things even a free service should not fail on - security. For Facebook issue, it just looks like Mint's third party promotional partner did not follow protocol with Facebook. I spent last evening changing all my account passwords for fear of a real phishing attack had occured. Regardless, Mint *should* be all over this doing damage control. BTW, Mint, get your act together and charge me for a "Pro account." I'll pay!