Suntrust Checking transactions are being duplicated in my Suntrust Savings account.


Today I received an alert that I went over budget last month on a bill amount that never fluctuates.

When I checked my account I found the problem - the payments that are being deducted from my Suntrust Checking account are also being duplicated under my completely separate Suntrust Savings account. The savings account has no bills or payments associated with it, so there should be no transactions or deductions. Yet I have several bill payments now showing up twice for this month because they're being duplicated.

I seem to recall this happening a few months ago to several Mint users who bank with Suntrust, so perhaps the problem is the same.


Hello hjones0,

I am very sorry about that! That sounds like a script error that will need our attention. Please report this through Contact Mint for assistance

Thank you,
Mint Maggie

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