Changing one Fidelity account to a Cash account while keeping the rest listed under Investment accounts

I do my banking and investing through Fidelity.  The trouble is, my Fidelity credit card, Fidelity cash account, and my Fidelity investments are all under the "investment" umbrella in Mint.  I would like to separate my cash account under the "cash" umbrella in Mint so I can get more accurate reporting, but when I go to manage this account, I only have the option to change its account type to other forms of investment accounts.  Is there any way to separate these accounts?



I'm sorry for any inconvenience or frustration caused by the way Mint has categorized your Fidelity accounts.  While there is nothing you can do yourself to make those changes, please report the issue to our support team with the Contact Mint form, so that they can investigate for you:


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