Is it possible to also get a check description from Bank of America?

I always enter check description in BoA, but Mint never imports it.  

As result, I get entries like "Check 334" and I can not then categorize it, unless I cross-check and then manually re-enter the information I already entered in the Bank of America UI.

Can this be done?

See below screenshots from Bank of America and from Mint.  The Mint one obviously does not contain the text "Charleston Wrap Filmar"

Please note that (1) this is not a recurring transaction so I can't make it a rule.  (2) The check description was added after the transaction posted.  I do this so I know what each check was for. (3) *All* checks imported from Bank of America lack this information --- I only gave one as an example, but they are all broken.  

This makes check tracking in Mint useless. Please fix.


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