Direct deposits to my ETrade account happen 2x/month, but when I look at Trends, it looks like you are only receiving one update a month, making my Trends view useless

For the last month, there was a direct deposit on Feb 12th and a direct deposit on Feb 29th. Yet, I am only seeing a single deposit (for the wrong amount) register from my E*Trade feed into Mint. This makes my Trends look like I have negative net income. Mint is essentially useless if it's not pulling in the right amount

A second problem I have is that the property I purchased -- when I try to add it, you scrape Zillow and pull the incorrect apartment number (and therefore, come up with a home value for another apartment in my building). 

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