Fidelity Visa importing/downloading inaccurate transaction types: credit vs. debit

Hi there fellow Mint-ers.

My Fidelity Visa account was recently added to my portfolio. However, some of my debit transactions are appearing as credit transactions. I reported this to Mint support. Anyone have a fix for this?

Before Fidelity Visa was made available through my portfolio, I was using Elan Financials to import/download transactions. I've since removed Elan Financials to avoid duplicate transactions.

I suppose I can re-add Elan Financials and hide all Fidelity Visa transactions/credit card, but it was reported by a fellow Mint user that the Fidelity Visa transactions were importing/downloading accurately.

Any help is appreciated! Thanks!

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