Looking For Love? Mint 404 Page Turns Into A Dating Ad For One Of Mint.com's Developers

Mint.com, a site that helps users manage all of their financial information in one place, recently unleashed what some are calling the best 404 page online. Visitors to the Mint 404 page can email Justin, a Mint developer, for a date.

Online PR News – 14-December-2011 – – MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA -- Mint.com, a website that provides users with personalized financial solutions that they can use to manage their budgets, recently launched what some are calling the best 404 page online.

Justin, a Mint developer, will greet site users who stumble upon the Mint 404 page. Justin is looking for love and, according to the site, likes slow cars, sharp crayons, reheated pizza and awkward silence.

Since our beginning in 2005, we've helped people save money, pay off debt, pay off their student loans, understand their investments and save for retirement. We take this financial responsibility to our users very seriously and we're always looking for new ways to make our users' lives easier. Visit Mint.com and see what more than 6 million people have uncovered -- we can help you take control over your financial life with just a few clicks.

"Justin is ready to find the love of his life and we thought our 404 page was the perfect way to introduce him to the world. While we strive to provide some of the best financial solutions to our users, we also want to show off our personality and have a little bit of fun. If you're looking to meet a great guy, visit our cool 404 page and email Justin at Justin@mint.com," said Vu Le, Search Manager at Mint.com (https://www.mint.com).

Mint.com is a free service that helps users simplify their financial life. It pulls financial information from multiple accounts, including checking and savings accounts, credit cards and investments, as well as regular monthly bills such as auto and mortgage payments. Users can set a personalized budget, manage financial goals and find out where their money is going all with one glance.

The site is not a bank. However, its developers have used the same security and encryptions that banks use to ensure that user information is safe and secure. Mint.com actually helps increase a user's financial security with instant email and text alerts that can let them know if there are any unusually large transactions or changes to accounts. With iPhone, iPad and Android apps, smart phone and tablet users can have all their financial information at their fingertips at any time.

"Since our beginning in 2005, we've helped people save money, pay off debt, pay off their student loans, understand their investments and save for retirement. We take this financial responsibility to our users very seriously and we're always looking for new ways to make our users' lives easier. Visit Mint.com and see what more than 6 million people have uncovered -- we can help you take control over your financial life with just a few clicks," said Le.

About Mint.com:
Mint.com is a free, cloud-based financial tool that's backed by the makers of Quicken. The company offers a number of mobile apps, including ones for the iPhone, iPad and Android operating systems, which help ensure that users always have access to their financial information. The new Mint 404 page was recently launched to help find a date for one of Mint.com's developers. People who stumble upon the cool 404 page can email Justin directly for a date.

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Vu Le, Search Manager
Mint.com
2525 Garcia Ave
Mountain View CA, 94043

408-667-3226

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