The wrong merchant is listed for the title even though the details show the right merchant information

I bank with Middlesex Savings Bank in Massachusetts. If I use the ATM at most of the banks, it properly shows up as an ATM Withdrawal in Mint. However, for one branch, it shows up as a purchase at the cafe down the street. When I edit it, it offers a new rule to always rename from the Cafe to an ATM Withdrawal even though it is and ATM withdrawal from it's own information. The text below is from the details tab of the transaction.

DETAILS

Appears on your Middlesex Savings Bank (Checking) statement asATM Withdrawal MIDDLESEX SB 17 NASON STREET MAYNARD MAUS on May 30

RULES
Manage Rules Always rename Serendipity Cafe as ATM Withdrawal and categorize as Cash & ATM.

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