Why is Mint showing purchases using my Rivermark Credit Union Visa card as Credit Card Payments?

My credit card purchases are showing incorrectly. In Mint they are being listed as Credit Card Payments and are listed in a green font which denotes money being added to the account. They should be black with the minus sign in front of them denoting a purchase.

This seems to have started around Feb 19th. It affects all purchases, not just some.

Also, I cannot find a way to fix the amounts manually on my end.

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I am a fellow Rivermark customer and have been having all sorts of problems lately. As of three days ago, Mint has completely stopped syncing with my accounts and almost all of my charges come up as without a title, meaning I cannot use the rules to organize anything. I hate to say it, but perhaps Mint and Rivermark just don't work well together anymore?

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