Can you help me get my BB&T transactions back and help me resolve the issue of multiple transactions for the same thing?

I recently added a new business loan at BB&T and was required to add a new password and BB&T then linked all my accounts Checking, savings, business checking and business loan.  Mint now shows duplicate BB&T accounts and I am afraid to delete one of the two BB&T records in Mint because the last time I did that all my earlier transactions went away.  

I use to love Mint, but now I am becoming very frustrated.  Can you help me pull back in all my BB&T transactions and help me resolve the issue of multiple transactions for the same thing?

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