Is there any way to remove my credit cards from the Bills feature without deleting them from my account altogether?

I hide my credit card payments because Mint is incapable of differentiating a credit card payment from the receipt of that payment by my card (both are counted as transfers which end up zeroing out and my budgets are affected). Because I do this, the Bills section thinks that I have not paid my credit card bill, which I have. I would very much like if I could remove the Bills feature from my interface. Or at least remove my credit cards from the Bills feature without removing them from my account. I am very displeased with how Mint handles credit cards, so this new, less than impressive feature is no surprise.

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