Morgan Stanley Wrong in Overview

My 'Morgan Stanley Stock Plan Connect - Benefit Access - Associate Stock Purchase Plan" account is showing a wrong value in the Overview\Trends.  However, the same account shows a different (correct) value in the Investment Section. I can't event figure out what the possible difference is from.  Is this a known issue with the new site aggregation?



I'm sorry for any trouble caused by the way your Morgan Stanley account is showing different amounts in different areas of Mint.  This certainly is a strange issue and unfortunately I don't have the resources to offer any explanation at this time.  Please use the Contact Mint form to report this to our support team so they can further investigate and better assist you.


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