Why is Mint duplicating all purchases with my Chase credit card?

I'm receiving a lot of duplicate transactions because Mint has duplicated a Chase account on my Mint account. I have one online account with Chase, but two credit cards with them. Mint has given me two Chase accounts with two cards on each account. There forth when I make a purchase with my Chase card the transaction is duplicated. I need a clear and accurate spending amount for my budget, and these duplicated entries are throwing me off. I having to go back and search for duplicate transactions and check them as such.  Can I remove one of the Chase accounts on my Mint account, without it deleting all of the data for that account?

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