BofA line items not being categorized -- all items return "CHECK" and nothing else.

Bank of America (BofA) accounts do not update with specific information of each transaction.  All transactions simply come back as "CHECK" and are categorized as "CHECK".  Until last week there was no issue and since about February 5-7th this issue has begun.  There is no point of using Mint if I have to re-categorize each item by hand comparing to my BofA online statement myself.  When will this be fixed?


it seems to me that it always does this until it recognizes the payee. then it seems to categorize properly. i recently reset my bank credentials and it cleared up a lot of problems

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