In the trends section, the balance of my capital one 360 auto loan calculates in with an extra negative sign. Graphs of debt over time add my loan balance to my net worth

I have a Capital One 360 Auto Loan account linked with Mint. In the Overview section, the balance shows as negative, same as my credit card accounts, and it factors into my net worth correctly. When I go to view trends of my debt over time, or net worth over time, this negative sign seems to stay attributed to the account, and it gets factored in incorrectly, making the totals in the graphs incorrect for the entire time period of the loan. Ultimately, this makes any graphs of debt over time or net worth over time useless. You can see in the uploaded screenshot in October of 2015, when the loan account was opened, the debt bar begins to show above the origin in the graph, and the total net worth becomes a sum of the debt figure and assets figure.

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