Why do you re-download cleared transactions from my Fidelity Checking Account?

Again, today, you re-downloaded my cleared Fidelity Transactions.  Transactions from today (1/15/2015) through 1/7/2015 have been re-downloaded.  They now have empty "Description" fields - it looks like the metadata was not downloaded.  However, they had been downloaded previously.  They were re-downloaded (for some unknown reason) and now that data is missing.  Everything was re-categorized as "Uncategorized"

I already have a ticket open with Customer Support which was sent to Engineering.  But others might be seeing the same issue...and wondering...why is this happening?

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