There continue to be problems with Santander Bank transactions not downloading

There are a number of questions posted about problems with Santander Bank transactions, but no recent activity.

As of Aug. 25th, transactions are again missing from Santander Bank.  Some are being downloaded, some not.

My last accurately reported transactions are from July 22nd.

One particular problem that has occurred previously, and seems to be recurring now, is multiple transactions on the same day.  Only one is being downloaded, even though the transactions are for different amounts and for different accounts.

The balances displayed incorporate the missing transactions and are correct, but the transactions are nowhere to be seen on the transactions tab.

I'm increasingly reluctant to log in and rely on Mint; what's the point if I also have to log onto Santander's site to see accurate information?

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