My new Amazon Credit card through Chase banks won't show up on my Mint. It's on my chase dashboard, but not on mint. Thought all chase accounts were to sync on mint?

My new amazon credit card via chase will not show up on mint. With previous credit cards I've made through Chase, the accounts have popped up automatically on mint and the chase dashboard. With this, it only pops up on my chase.com dash board and not mint. Not sure why this is happening.

Also, when I try searching for Amazon credit card, and adding through the Mint.com system, it adds all 5 of my chase accounts (checking, savings, and 3 credit cards in including the amazon). This would be fine if I can delete the non-amazon accounts, but Mint doesn't seem to work that way. Now I have double of every transaction on my mint.

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