Why do my alerts and my upcoming bills list two different but equally incorrect amounts for my Wells Fargo Visa card? .

 The upcoming bills amount for Wells Fargo has been wrong for a very long time.  I inquired about that and Mint couldn't fix it at the time.  But the alert amount is completely different from that and from my actual recent bills, and my current balance is $0.  My Wells Fargo account does NOT show that I have a $9522 upcoming bill, either!  And it also shows that my balance is zero, and my last bill paid was something like $33 dollars, not $630.72.  This is the only credit card account that is habitually wrong in the alerts and upcoming bills.  If the others can be correct, why not this one?

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