[01/27/2017] US Bank Savings, Checking and Credit Card accounts not updating in Mint. I cannot fix the account from Mint.

I have a single login to my US Bank account and it lists my Saving, Checking and Credit Card accounts. The login credentials are latest and I have verified they work fine by logging in directly through US Bank site. The Mint Overview page lists my US Bank account as one that needs attention. Due to this, I cannot find latest transactions on these accounts listed under Mint transactions. I tried to fix the US Bank accounts in Mint by re-entering my login credentials. However, it returns below error message. I am stuck and don't know what to do about it.

Error Message:  "Uh oh, there was a problem. There seems to be a problem linking your account   You have previously added this account."

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