Credit Card Transactions Appear as "Check"

A few months ago, all my transaction of Credit Card would appear with a specific description such as the merchant and stuff. But recently, they all just appears as "Check", and it's pretty annoying not knowing where the money was spent. Is there any way to fix this? I have wells fargo credit card



I'm sorry that you're having trouble with credit card transactions in Mint, I understand how that would be frustrating.  I can't say for sure what would cause the descriptions to all show as Check like that, but it sounds like we may need to adjust our aggregation scripts for that financial institution.  Please open a ticket with the I have a problem with transactions topic in the Contact Mint form so that our support team can further investigate this issue for you.  In the meantime, my only suggestion is to manually change the description for those transactions; you can see the original description from the bank's website by clicking the transaction and then clicking Edit Details that appears right under it.  


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