Is anyone else having issues with duplicated transactions showing in multiple accounts?

I am having an issue with transactions from one account showing in it's respective account and also showing in another account that is unrelated. This is not the first time I have noticed this issue. I have logged out and have waited until the next day to log back in and things seems to correct themselves, however, this is a process that I have to constantly repeat as I continue to see duplicated transactions in other unrelated accounts.


If you're saying you have a transaction for groceries and it shows up in both your credit card and your checking account, then no, I've never seen this.  I have seen some accounts pick up duplicate transactions for the same account, but never across unrelated accounts.

If this is pretty consistent for you, then you should take screenshots and file a ticket:

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