How do I add transactions from my San Mateo Credit Union Credit Card?

When I searched for accounts to add there were two options for SMCU, one regular and one specific to San Mateo Credit Union Credit Cards. I first added the regular one, and all my information populated (my checking and savings accounts, and transactions). It also lists my credit card, but no transactions appear. I then tried to add the credit card specific one, but instead of adding the transactions for my credit card it duplicated the information already populated for my checking and savings accounts. Still no transactions for the credit card, though the account was now listed twice with correct credit limits and current balance. I removed the duplicate accounts and tried again, but the same happened. I then tried to go to Mint's support page (linked at the top) but my browsers will not load it because they say it lacks proper security certificates. I make most purchases (90%) via my credit card, so if I cannot add those transactions using Mint will be useless for me. I assume that the challenge is that to get to the credit card transactions you must login to SMCU, and then click your card account which opens a completely separate window, and then view transactions from there. Has anyone tried to fix this before with any success? Any idea how to get the support site for Mint updated with proper security certificates?

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