Morgan Stanley account suddenly being picked up twice by Mint

My morgan Stanley brokerage account is both a brokerage and checking account.  It has investments and also has check writing capabilities.  It has always been only included under my investment accounts.  Just recently about 2-3 days ago, it is being picked up under both Cash accounts and Investment accounts in Mint.  Therefore the balance of the account, transactions within are being added twice to my overview, transactions, and comprehensive picture.  I assume new software was written to pick up whether or not checks are being written from accounts and if so, to classify those accounts under the cash / checking banner in mint.  That's fine as I don't care which banner the account is under, however, something needs to be done to ensure it doesn't show up in both places and isn't counted twice for everything.  I included a photo of the dupe.


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