I deleted & then re-added an account. I lost 3 years of history & now only have 3 months. Can the delete be undone, or you can get back my history?

My Chase account was being buggy. I have had multiple credit cards stolen so I thought deleting and re-adding the account would help. What ended up happening is my whole three years of Chase history have been lost and now I only have three months of Chase history. Is there any way at all you can recover my history by making an exception and gathering data more than three months back, undo the delete and gather the data from your own systems, or something else? Mint is much more useful to me when I have all of my data and I sadly made Mint much less useful for myself. 

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