WF HELOC now shows a dulpicate account in credit cards, instead of loans.

Just this past week, mint has now duplicated my WF Home Equity Loan account, creating an additional version of it under "credit cards" whereas it was showing as Loans for the last several years.  The Loan version is no longer synching, so Mint thinks it is closed (but there are years of history).   Can you please recombine, and revert back to showing as Loan instead of Credit Card?  

PS I see this issue has been ongoing for more than 2 years, and 10 different similar cases, but still happening anew today.  What is your resolution?   Please don't respond with "official" response as we have seen from Mint Maggie.  How about a fresh real answer?

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