Funny names for Chase accounts

I have an Amazon rewards card which is serviced by Chase. It was displayed in Mint as "Amazon rewards card", with Amazon logo.

Now I also have a car loan and mortgage through Chase. Mint automatically picked them from the Chase website, but it displays them as "Amazon Rewards Card - Mortgage Loan" and "Amazon Rewards Card - Subaru Account", both also with Amazon logo. These accounts have nothing to do with Amazon, obviously.

I know about the ability to set "account nicknames", but that only changes the second part of the name ("Mortgage Loan" or "Subaru Account"), the first part ("Amazon Rewards Card") is not changed. Neither is the logo.

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I have this same exact issue.  I have a Amazon.com Rewards Visa credit card serviced by Chase.  I also have the Chase Sapphire Reserve Visa and my home mortgage with Chase.  Mint shows these 3 accounts with the Amazon logo, instead of the Chase logo.  And it identifies my Sapphire Reserve as "Amazon.com Rewards Card (Chase Bank)"  My mortgage is however correctly identified as "Chase Bank."  No idea why it doesn't identify my Sapphire Reserve as "Chase."

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