Anyone know why InTouch Credit Union MasterCard isn't working, but checking and savings accounts do?

My InTouch Credit Union (ITCU) checking and savings accounts work fine with Mint (although I see from other posts that this hasn't always been the case, so kudos to the Mint team for getting ITCU to work!)  But my problem is my MasterCard through ITCU doesn't work right.  It shows up in my list of ITCU accounts; I didn't have to add it manually, it pulled it down automatically once I provided my ITCU login credentials.  However it always shows a $0.00 balance and no transaction history.  Oh, were that the case!

Note: When I'm on the ITCU home banking site, and I click on that credit card account, it takes me to, performs some sort of single sign-on authentication (I don't have to re-authenticate) and I can view my credit card details there.  So I've attempted to add as an institutation/account in Mint but failed.  I'm unable to log into directly; seems like the only path is to come in from the ITCU website.

Is it just me?  Are there other ITCU members who are able to view their ITCU-issued credit card data in Mint?  If so, any suggestions on what I could troubleshoot/fix on my end?

Or are ITCU credit cards just not supported by Mint at this time?

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