Way to go Mint, you're new "updated syncing" with Chase Bank has ruined everything.

This is absurd.  Does anybody test this stuff before you roll it out?  Apparently your updated syncing is so fast it does it twice.  Why are all but 2 of my Chase accounts duplicated?  Why are all my transactions duplicated?  Why are my accounts showing up under someone else's set of accounts with a DIFFERENT login???  And why can't I edit any of the logins?

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Hi Minter, we can get this resolved by marking the other account as close and hidden everywhere. You might want to check this link: http://help.mint.com/Accounts-and-Transactions/888959811/

Further, you can still trigger refresh by clicking on "Edit my Connection" from the Settings page. Let us know if you need further assistance and we'll be glad to help.

Contact us at http://help.mint.com/General/888962161/How-do-I-contact-customer-care.htm

Thanks!

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