Costco citibank payments are duplicated. 1 for a credit card payment and 1 purchase from Costco (on top of the individual Costco purchases). How do I fix this?

Ever since switching to Citibank, my Costco Citibank credit card payments show up as Costco purchases AND credit card payments. For example, say I went to Costco 3 times and spent $100 each time and then paid my $300 bill to Citibank using my First Tech Credit Union account. This is how Mint reflects it:

Costco transaction 1: $100

Costco transaction 2: $100

Costco transaction 3: $100

Costco transaction 4: $300

Citibank transaction 1: $300

This is VERY frustrating. How do I fix this? If it helps, I am using First Tech Credit Union to pay the Citibank credit card payments. First Tech shows the transaction as "Costco". 

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Hi chris.g.anderson

Glad that I found a related article/post for your concern. Hope this helps.

Mint FAQ: How transfer payments for credit card and purchases are track in Mint? https://mint.lc.intuit.com/questions/1364490
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