My 2 savings accounts (one personal/one joint) from Navy Federal Credit Union are showing up as being credit card accounts; both show inversed balances (negative)?

Both saving accounts have the correct amounts with the expection of negative balances and not positive.  I have gone to the "Accounts" tab at the top to check the settings for both accounts.  Each savings account have the options of a credit card and not a income/investment account (like that of a checking account).  Example: under the "type" dropdown boxes it lists "Personal, Business, Student, Other" as opposed to "Savings, CD, Checking, Money Market, Other" (like the options found on my checking accounts).  

I had been inactive for quite some time.  I deleted "Navy Federal Credit Union - Old" and added a new account ("Navy Federal Credit Union") to start over from scratch. 

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