I have sunstate FCU. My saving account is coming in as "regular shares" with a negative sign in front of the balance. What do I do?

Also this is showing it as a loan, instead of a savings account, with no way to select saving account.



Hello enapxn,

I'm sorry that your Sunstate FCU savings account is showing up in Mint as a loan, I understand your confusion and this is an unusual situation.  I'm not sure exactly what would cause this to happen, but there has likely been some sort of change in how that account type is displayed on the bank's website which has confused our automatic aggregation scripts.  Unfortunately I have no way of changing the account type classification for you either, so please open a ticket using the Contact Mint form so our support team can further investigate and assist.

Jesse :leaves: 

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