Can you please help me to recover the missing AEFCU credit card transactions since Feb 18th?

Hi, I have several American Eagle Federal Credit Union accounts (Connecticut), including credit cards. Unfortunately, at least the two active credit card transactions are not appearing since Feb. 18, 2016. There are also some American Eagle accounts which show up in duplicate on my list, and I was told months ago that there was no solution from MINT at the time. Finally, I keep getting an alert to update my Chase Sapphire credit card account login info (which I have done), though all of the transactions and balance shows up properly. Can you help to get me on track to recover and restart the American Eagle transactions? Thank you!


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