new credit card on existing account. Mint.com won't show the new credit card. Please help!

I have had a Chase credit card for a number of years. I recently added a new Chase credit card. None of the activity on that card is pulling up in Mint.com. It uses the same login credentials as my other Chase credit card.

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I've run into this on several occasions. The only way I've found to get around it is to delete the account entirely, refresh the page, and then re-add. They will display a scary looking message about it before you delete. Don't worry it'll be ok. Once you re-add, all your old transactions will be re-imported and your new credit card will show up properly.

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