Deleted duplicate BECU accounts to fix password issue; Now missing last 2 years of transactions

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In short, the hidden accounts now showed up in the menus again. After I had an issue w/ the password for the account, I could not correct the issue b/c there were duplicate accounts.

So I deleted 2nd account where all the balances were $0.00 and the accounts were "closed". When I did this, I was warned it would delete 2 years worth of account data. I assumed this was for the only active account under the duplicate (the Auto Loan). The Auto Loan was the only account ever "Active" under the duplicate and I no longer needed the history, the loan is closed.

I am now missing 2 years worth of transactions from the other accounts, EVEN THOUGH THEY WERE ALWAYS "ACTIVE".

Can that data be restored? I am now missing the last 2 years of checking and savings data from my main accounts and am kinda freaking out.

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