Why Isn't Mint Picking up Fidelity Credit Card

My Fidelity Rewards Visa Credit card I think is causing problems in connecting to my Mint account. If I look at the card information in Settings I can see that Mint isn't pulling the credit limit, the APR, the card type, etc. I dont use the card so I hadn't noticed before.

I have the card linked/enrolled/whatever and none of the posted fixes have helped.

Besides Mint not grabbing the card data (which I think is a symptom of whatever the root problem is), I always get the

 " It looks like they have a message for you on their website. Before we can connect with the account, you’ll need to see what they need."

Error when I login to Mint. HOWEVER, Mint will update the fidelity information after about 24 hours if I dont login, so clearly it's getting access to the Fidelity site at some point, just never when I login to it.

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