Why are my Bank Fund Staff FCU accounts showing up on my Mom's Mint account?

This issue is specifically related to my Bank Fund Staff FCU accounts for Checking, Savings, and Overdraft Protection.  All of my other accounts are not showing up on my Mom's Mint account.

My Bank Fund Staff FCU accounts are showing up on my Mom's Mint account in addition to her own Bank Fund Staff FCU accounts.

I just noticed it this week.  My Mom has since closed my accounts that are showing up on her account.  It is a temporary fix for now but a more permanent solution is needed.  Has this issue been reported by anyone else?  I hope my accounts are not showing up on someone else's Mint account.  Please tell me if it was.  Why did this happen and what are you going to do to fix it?

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