CIBC. Two individual accounts with a shared chequing between them. Now get duplicate entries. How to remove duplicate account without removing non-shared info?

CIBC.  My wife and I each have a CIBC investment account.  We share a chequing account.  On the CIBC web page, when we log into our individual accounts, we get our individual investment and the shared checking.  Adding both of our accounts has caused to add our chequing account twice.  How can I remove the duplicate account?


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Hi gbrandt,

You'll want to go to the Accounts menu at the top of the page when signed in, then go to the Hide tab and change the status of one of the duplicated accounts to Hide from Everything. This will hide all information for that account, leaving you with only one set of transactions for the account that was included twice.

Let us know if you need any other assistance.

Mint Mike

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