Can't login to account(s)?

I have an old account. I couldn't remember the old password so I changed it. My e-mail for changing the password told me my account name (vs using my e-mail at every login). The e-mail showed two accounts? One that was the new account name - which said it was active on the same date I got the e-mail. The other one, used my e-mail and said that it was active a year ago.

So I tried using the account name and the newly made password. When using the Mint App it says it's "signing in" and shows the circle of doom redirects me to a page asking for my zip code. When I provide it I'm then shown a pop-up saying "Login Failed Attempt to signup username that already exists". When I do this on my laptop it turns to a page that says I've attempted to login too many times.

When trying to use the e-mail account on my laptop it says all of the same things.

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