Undo Duplicate Transaction

I've selected several transactions as duplicate and realized my financial institution was downloading all my previous credit cards and triplicating the transactions. I don't think the duplicate selections I made are showing and I would like to undo the duplicate selection. How can I do that? Thank you


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Hi cadufrancis,

The transactions should still show up in your transaction list. You'd need to go back and reselect those transactions, and unmark them as duplicates.

If you've already hidden the account that the transactions were tied to, you will need to unhide the account first before doing any of that; to unhide an account, go to the Accounts link at the top of the page when signed into Mint, then click the Hide tab and change the option for the correct account. Go back to Transactions and make your changes, then you can hide the account again using the same steps.

Let us know if you need any further assistance!

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Mint Mike

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