How to completely remove accounts that have been closed without deleting a whole bank login and then re-adding it? (not asking about how to "hide" accounts)

Scenario: I have several accounts (say 6 accounts) with one bank, and all of them under one web login. So when I add that login to mint, all of them show up. Which is fine.

Issue: Now imagine I close one of those 6 accounts at the bank, mint will not register that that account no longer exists. Yes, I know I can "hide" it or go to settings and set it to "close", but I don't want to see it at all, even in the Show/Hide list.

Only solution that I am not happy with: The only way I found was to completely delete that bank (all 6 accounts) from mint, and then re-add the login info (so that only 5 now appear). The issue with this of course, is that I lose all historical data and trend. 

Thank you in advance for your response.

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