Getting no alerts and emails on wrong email account

Ok I tried Mint a couple of times and used different emails. I finally decided to stay and have my email and my cell on the account. I also have my wife email for alerts not her cell phone but she keeps getting the alerts on her cell phone and the reports keep coming to my email that I have closed an account on weeks ago.

ok this proves my point after I entered the question it said it would answer me at an old email on an account that is closed.

on my settings tab it shows the proper email and cell phone but the account is pointing to the wrong info. It must be the fact that I tried Quicken as well and the databases cross talk ?

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