CitiBusiness Online and Citibank Banking are linked in Mint and show duplicate entries, but one doesn't have the transaction history of the other. How can we consolidate?

There are two accounts. Personal and Business. We can access them through logins at Citibank Banking (CB) or CitiBusiness Online (CBO), the single sign-in account we just set up with the bank.

In Mint, we used to have two CB accounts linked. Now we want to add the consolidated CBO account, and remove the CB accounts, so that we have one less account to authenticate in Mint.

But there's a problem in Mint: 

CBO shows all historical Business transactions, but not all historical Personal transactions.

CB shows all historical Personal transactions, but not all historical Business transactions.

We want to unlink the CB logins, but we don't want to lose the history on the Personal account...and remember, the Personal account transaction history is not showing up in the CBO view on Mint.

So how do we unlink CB (so we don't have ongoing double authentication and transaction duplication), but keep old transactions. And only keep old transactions that aren't duplicates.

Thanks very much!

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