Chase Sapphire Reserve has $300/year in travel credit. Mint is only pulling the travel credit in most cases and not the actual charges. Why?

The Chase Sapphire Reserve card comes with a benefit that every year eligible travel purchases are credited up to $300/year.  In my case almost all of the travel credits are appearing in my Mint account.  For example if I have a ride sharing charge for $8.00 it will not show the charge from the vendor, but it will show the related travel credit.  I need to be able to see both just as I do for my American Express Platinum travel credits.

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Several people are having the same issue, another question was also posted https://mint.lc.intuit.com/questions/1422979-why-are-travel-credits-from-the-chase-sapphire-reserve-card-not-showing-up-on-mint

I contacted Mint and provided screenshots but no resolution yet.

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