Mint doesn't allow me to hide or change a USAA insurance account which it miscategorized as an investment account.

I added my USAA accounts (checking and insurance) to Mint, but Mind doesn't allow me to hide or change a USAA insurance account which is miscategorized as an investment account.  I tried repeatedly to change the account type to no avail, and as a last resort I tried to hide it. Unfortunately neither was successful, as it doesn't matter what I do, the app refuses to accept my changes and reverts to listing it as an investment account and to "show everywhere". How can I hide this account while keeping my USAA checking account active?

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