Duplicate FundExpense transactions in my Transamerica Retirement account

Every quarter or so, I'm assessed fund fees in my Transamerica Retirement account.

They look like this:

Sell Mutual FundExpenses Employer Match

Sell Mutual FundExpenses Employee Pre-tax

The problem is that these transaction always appear to be duplicated. The total is always 2x what Transamerica reports and I can pick out the duplicates of the individual transactions in my Mint history.

Any ideas?



I'm sorry for any inconvenience caused by those Transamerica fees double-posting in Mint.  It's hard to say why only those particular transactions would show twice like that, but please use the Contact Mint form to report this to our support team for further investigation:  https://www.mint.com/help/#more-help 

In the mean time you can simply hide the duplicates by clicking on the transaction and clicking Edit Details that appears right under it.  Then in the box that appears, check "This is a duplicate" to the bottom left, then click the orange I'm Done button at the bottom right. 


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