A persistent "Sign in problem" on my Optionshouse (Now TradeMonster) account.

I am having a persistent "Sign in problem" on my Optionshouse (Now TradeMonster) account. I click on Fix It, Edit, Show Password, see the wrong password pre-filled (one I used for a different account, I do not think I ever typed it in for Optionshouse). So I type in the correct one, click on Submit, after a while I see "Sign In probblem" again, and when I go back to editing the password the old wrong one is pre-filled again. Very frustrating and I already had my account locked by Optionshouse for too many failed login attempts.

I am using Chrome.

Tried the same from a different computer, saw the same problem BUT the pre-filled password it was stuck on was different. 

Tried it in IE. "Sign in problem" again, but now when I go to FixIt/Edit, the UserId and Password fields are not pre-filled at all.

Please help.

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