Investment "Price Paid" Data Way Off

I'm using TD Ameritrade and I noticed that the "Price Paid" column on Mint's Investment page does not display the data correctly, which should be exactly the same as the "Trade Price" column of stocks and options under TD Ameritrade accounts.

The data is so wrong that the Total Market Value shown is 3x the account value shown on the Mint front page. The two pages under the same service (Mint) display very inconsistent data of the same investment account, which is not acceptable. How do you expect me to trust Mint to tell me exactly how much my investment account is worth?

I went through the community and found out that this has been a constantly complained bug. Is any engineer looking into this issue at all?

Answer

Don't expect this to get fixed... I have had this problem for over 2.5 years and its still not been fixed.  Here's a link to the last time I tried fixing this about a year ago.  But I first saw this problem in March of 2014.  Here's my comment from about a year ago...

"So here we are, 23 days after my ticket was created and they just closed my issue.  So to recap, I opened a ticket on July 6th.  On July 18th (12 days later) they sent me an email saying that an internal error caused my ticket to get lost.  Now today, July 29th, they close my ticket.  I've received no other contact from the support team and no indication that the issue is fixed, but they went ahead and closed my ticket anyway.  What a joke."

https://mint.lc.intuit.com/questions/1180569-investments-price-paid-are-incorrectly-multiplying?jump...

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