Duplicate PayPal MasterCard show

This issue started around 4/11-12 when Mint would no longer work with the PayPal Security Key option enabled. I have both a PayPal account, and a PayPal MasterCard. However Mint shows that I have duplicate PPMC on my account.

I've temporarily disabled the extra Security Key option and refreshed the Mint sync, however this has not correct the issue. Short of removing PayPal from Mint, what can I do to fix this?

As many other users have stated, Mint constantly has an issue with duplicate PayPal transactions. (E.g.: Using PayPal checkout with a credit card or bank account that is tied to your PayPal account). But this is the first time that I've seen duplicate credit card account.

I've review my credit report as well and confirmed there isn't another card open. See attached screen shots. (minor account info removed)


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