Chase RSP Self-Directed account shows up as savings instead of investment account

I have a Chase RSP Self-Directed investment account as part of my 401k. It's a little bit of my retirement savings (through RetireOnline - which still doesn't work, but that's another issue) that I can invest on my own. For a while, it was all good, but at some point, it cloned itself. I now have two Chase RSP accounts: one investment account, which now has a zero balance and is shown as closed, and one active one that has my correct current balance and is classified as a money market account. 

My question is how can I make this account track correctly as an investment account? Because this is tracking as a money market account, I seem to have lost the entire Investments category, so I can't correctly track stock purchases.


Hello flysi,

You'll need to Contact Mint and see what they can do I am sorry for the inconvenience!

Thank you,
Mint Maggie

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