How can a return show up in my Mint, but not in my actual account?

A large return isn't showing up on the card I purchased it with, but it IS showing up in my Mint account. However Mint is saying the return went to my other credit card, which it has not. I want to make sure I have been reimbursed.

How can Mint see the return and yet it hasn't shown up on any of my accounts? And when I click on the return on Mint, it says the return went to a different credit card which isn't even being actively used (and I checked and no return went to it). Thank you for your advice! 

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