Random Duplicate Transactions

I'm getting random duplicate transactions that are totally screwing up my whole budget which is the sole reason I use Mint...it's absolutely useless if this isn't corrected...

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I have been having this issue for years and Mint refuses to fix this or work with pnc to get this fully functional... I'm officially done with them and I'm going to delete my account. I would suggest everyone do the same because it seems to be the only way they might take this seriously... they are only "free" because they are harvesting our data. If we remove our accounts they don't get to make money from us!

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